Playing Regs - Basketball

 

1. GIRLS' AWARDS

Senior A

Kingsville Teenage Club Trophy and Plaque

Senior AA

Windsor Firefighters Trophy and Plaque

Senior AAA

Ted Emerson Memorial Trophy and Plaque

Junior A

Merlin Kinsmen Trophy and Plaque

Junior AA

Bert Brown Trophy and Plaque

Junior AAA

Plaque


In addition to the above, each member of the winning team will receive a medal (max. 15 team).

2. BOYS’ AWARDS

Senior A

Conklin Lumber Trophy and Plaque

Senior AA

A. Langford Trophy and Plaque

Senior AAA

Windsor Star Trophy and Plaque

Junior A

Merlin Rotary Club Trophy and Plaque

Junior AA

G. Ouellette Memorial Trophy and Plaque

Junior AAA

Plaque


In addition to the above, each member of the winning team will receive a medal (max. 15 team).

3. SWOSSAA PLAY-OFFS

The LKSSAA representative will play the WECSSAA representative in a one game play off. The game will yearly bewteen LKSSAA and WECSSAA.

4. PLAYING RULES

a) The current FIBA Rule Book shall be the governing regulations for the current year except as noted herein: i) In Senior play, a thirty five (35) second shot clock will be used. In addition to the full re-sets indicated in the rule book, there will be full re-sets on all fouls and shots that hit the rim. The shot clock will NOT be used in junior play. ii) Federation lines will be used. iii) The Federation Game Length will be used (including overtime). iv) There will be no dunking in warm up (technical foul(s) will be assessed to the player(s)). v) The Federation time-out procedure will be used.
b) In all junior games, two O.A.B.O. officials form the area of the convenor in which the play-off occurs will be used.
c) In all senior games, two O.A.B.O. officials will be used. One official will be from the area of the convenor in which the play-off occurs and the area of the visiting team will be invited to send the second official. If the visiting team's officials association declines then both officials will come from the area of the home team.
d) The Board of Directors will set a travel rate for the visiting official. The game rate for the visiting official will be the same as that for the local officials.
e) The home team will wear a uniform that is light in colour.
f) In senior play, a team is allowed to enter a maximum of fifteen players in the official scorebook. In junior play, there is no limit to the number of players that may be entered in the scorebook.
g) Teams from outside the host member association shall have the option of supplying one of the minor officials (scorer or timer) provided the convenor is notified twenty-four hours in advance. Both minor officials shall preferably be staff members. The convenor or his/her representative shall be present at the scorer's table.