TEAM MANAGER: Make sure all players’ names and numbers are on the computer and correct.
COMPUTER: Players can be added during the game before half time if they have been missed off the playing list. If a player plays who should not be playing a fine will be issued by VJBL and the fine will be passed on to the team. (Reasons why they might not be eligible to play are: they have not been cleared from their previous club, the season is too close to finals, Sherbrooke has not advised VJBL they are playing & ors.) All other details regarding the game will be loaded into the computer by VJBL. 2 scorers from each team works well. One to spot and one to do the computer or clock. First named team on the computer is the Home team. This scorer should do the clock. Second named team on the computer is the away team. This scorer should do the computer. If you are at a neutral venue go by the team order on the computer to establish home and away . Have with you a red, blue and black pen in case there is a technical difficulty and a sheet has to be used.
AT THE SCORE TABLE: Break the Ice – introduce yourself to the other scorers and the referees, chat to the referees, ask them any questions you might have before the game starts. You are on the referees’ team – you do not belong to either team playing. AT NO TIME call out, barrack or comment on the game from the score table.
SCORER/Computer Operator: Before your scheduled game time:
ERRORS: If you discover an error during the game, notify the Referee at the next dead ball. End of game but before sign off: Correction should be made by the referee. After sign off: Official will need to make an official report to VJBL. It will be investigated by them.
END OF THE GAME: Stay put and watch the referees sign off the computer. Team Managers should take a photo of the final screen.
DO NOT LEAVE THE SCORE BENCH UNTIL YOU ARE SATISFIED EVERYTHING IS CORRECT.
Shot Clock Guidelines for MUVJBL games
MUVJBL games use a 24 second reset. The shot clock is about team control of the ball. The shot clock runs for a team until the opponents take control of the ball then it resets and runs for them. The shot clock operator should always be watching the ball as control of the ball determines their actions. It is good practice to always pause the clock and look to see how many seconds are remaining before resetting and running. That way, if the referee decides they want to reset the shot clock to its previous setting, you can advise them of what the correct position was.
The shot clock will be reset:
The shot clock is paused on every whistle and:
is reset if there is a change in team control.
Is not reset if the same team retains possession of the ball
The Sherbrooke Board of Management are pleased to announce iAthletic as Sherbrooke’s exclusive supplier of all playing uniforms and merchandise.. iAthletic are heavily involved with NBL, WNBL and Rep Clubs and provide excellent quality garments that we are pleased to offer our players and supporters.
For new player and players requiring new uniforms, for hygiene reasons you can only be sized up before your training session.
We have a female design for our club in both Jersey and Pro Cut Shorts, and a better designed male version.
For VJBL teams, our game shorts are Gold – ONLY.
The reversible jersey is GOLD and Black on the reverse side, for when on those rare occasions: 1. we are the home team and 2. our jersey colour clashes with our opposing team. This only occurs when we play Knox, Wyndham or another Sherbrooke team.
Cost of uniform bundle for new players is $275.00. For existing players individual items available, price TBA by uniform co-ordinator..