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Weekly update of Rollerhoc activities

Rollerhoc played for fun & fitness 

May


Thursday 9th
Maccabi
8.30pm to 10pm


Thursday 16th
Maccabi
8.30pm to 10pm


Tuesday 21st
Bo'ness (New)
7.30pm to 9pm

Thursday 23rd
Maccabi
8.30pm to 10pm


Thursday 30th
Maccabi
8.30pm to 10pm


It makes good sense


June

Tuesday 4th
Bo'ness (New)
7.30pm to 9pm

Thursday 6th
Maccabi
8.30pm to 10pm


Thursday 13th
Maccabi
8.30pm to 10pm


Tuesday 18th
Bo'ness (New)
7.30pm to 9pm

Thursday 20th
Maccabi
8.30pm to 10pm


Thursday 27th
Maccabi
8.30pm to 10pm



Rules Revised


March 2013

Crash pads really work

W/C Wednesday 8th May


Special Bo'ness Edition
  • Exciting big game last night won by team Gregor on the last goal.
  • Best turn out so far, allowing 5-a-side games plus having to rotate players. It should be noted that when playing 5 minute games each time we restart the player coming on rink automatically goes into goal.
  • Last night was a 'sea change' in Bo'ness Rollerhoc. Gone was the hesitant careful approach that characterised the first games. Players now developing more skills and confidence with a better understanding of the rules but not necessarily following them, see refs report. Nice to see a good mix of quads and inlines blending together making the need to specify one or other unnecessary. Lets not forget Rollerhoc embraces all levels of ability within a single game, that's part of its uniqueness. Those who are playing for the first time should be included and not meant to feel they are 'holding the game back.' 


Referee's Report on last night's game.
  • High Sticks - Quite a few of them. This hasn't been a problem up till now. When firing the puck at goal you still have to keep the stick head below waist level.
  • Kicking the puck - You're only allowed to do this once and not to a team member. We're playing hockey not football.
  • Hitting the wall - The puck must be given away to your opponents when you hold, touch or lean against the wall.
  • Goalkeeper 1 - It is not permitted to challenge the goalkeeper within the crease. 
  • Goalkeeper 2 - The goalkeeper must remain standing unless he is wearing a 'cage.'
  • Goalkeeper 3 - Privileges are only valid within the crease. Skate out of the crease the goalkeeper loses all privileges.
  • Continuous Play - Rollerhoc is best played when the game is continuous. Interruptions spoil the flow of the game therefore the referee in his/her judgement will not stop a game every time there is an infringement. This means the player who commits a foul will "carry it" until the next goal is scored.  Should the player "carrying a foul" score, it will not be counted. (see rules)

PLEASE READ the RULES
Helmet & safety pads compulsory
Falls do occur playing hockey
Play Rollerhoc at your own risk
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