Hello Indoor players, we are all set to start the indoor season this coming weekend. It is up to all of us to be smart and keep each other safe so please read the information below prior to the game on Sunday.
DUC Covid Safety Info and Indoor rules.docx THIS IS A PAPER COPY OF WHAT IS WRITTEN BELOW
DUC indoor participant agreement.docx THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE PRINTED AND BROUGHT TO THE FIRST GAME. YOU ONLY NEED TO DO THIS ONCE.
Must dos before Sunday
Players must be on the roster which means they
must have bought their memberships.
Download and register with the Javelin app.
Captains should have sent you a link. Players must complete their javelin
wellness check before arriving at the field.
Players must complete a participant agreement prior
to the first game. It is attached to this email so please print it and bring
the signed form to your captain. Captains please bring me all the forms once
you have all of them.
Buy sanitizer and put it in your bag. The dome
will have sanitizer when you enter and exit but it will not be provided at each
Items to bring to session
before attending the game so that you do not need to eat at the field.
a light and a dark jersey.
bottle, clearly labeled with your name. Water fountains should be avoided.
sanitizer to be used before, during and after sessions.
mask (according to local public health guidelines).
you are bringing a disc please disinfect it prior to arrival.
Participant Agreement and bring completed form to the first game.
field area and choose a location 3-4 meters away from the sideline and at least
2 meters away from anyone else to place your bag and to get ready.
participants should enter the field area, children and spectators are not
hand sanitizer before entering the field area.
a physical distance of at least 2 meters from all other participants while on
use your own water bottle.
Do not touch the cones and scoreboard. Only captains should touch this
not give any high 5s or touch any other members for any reason.
not spit on the field.
a mask when talking with players on the sideline.
hand sanitizer after each point. This is your best way to stay healthy so don’t
forget to do this.
all of your personal items and leave the field area immediately.
physical distancing from other participants while exiting the field.
hand sanitizer when exiting the field area.
any equipment that you feel could have been contaminated.
you choose to hang out in the parking lot after the game then wear masks or
maintain at least 2 meters distance from players. If you wish to go to a pub
that is up to you.
an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
if you show any signs of Covid-19 and follow Durham Regional Health
recommendations for getting tested.
Prior to playing, players will be required to use the
Javelin app to screen for covid-19 symptoms. This app, called javelin Sports
Inc, will also help with contact tracing if needed. In order to increase the
safety of all players, players are not allowed to participate if
- They have
covid-19 and have not received the approval of public health to return to
show any symptoms of covid-19
have been in contact with anyone that is diagnosed with Covid-19 and or is
suspected of having Covid-19
are playing in any other sports league or are part of a cohort for any
other club or program where players are playing games against each other.
have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days
have not been abiding by the Ministry of health rule of having a social
circle of 10 people
are still in high school or younger.
to any Brampton parties
Please consult Ontario public Health to determine when you
can return to sport if any of these apply to you. Generally waiting 14 days is
Contact telehealth Ontario if you have any questions. +1 866-797-0000
the scheduled games from the Duc website into the Javelin app so that
players can do their wellness checks.
each game check that each player has completed the survey from home
and then check them again yourself. This is very important as it will keep
us all safe and also allow us to do contact tracing if necessary.
each game set up cones in your endzone only.
the scoreboard (Ideally minimal people should work the scoreboard)
- Set up
your team on the DUC website and add players. Add players by
going to team settings and clicking on select players. Then in the blue
box, select add player to roster, the select the season as 2020. Type in
each person's name and choose them to be put on the team. If you cannot
find them in the list then they have either not bought their memberships
or you are spelling their names incorrectly. Once you have added all your
players select next. If they are returning players, the system will detect
that and choose their profile automatically otherwise it will create a new
that all players have purchased their membership and are on your team
roster before playing in any games.
that players maintain proper social distancing both on and off the field
that the disc is sanitized every few points.
that all garbage (wipes etc) are disposed of properly
with the other captain on an official clock for timing the game. Remind
the other captain when there is only 5 minutes left. End at the time as
indicated on the schedule.
are counted by the marker once they are 2 meters away from the thrower.
space is 2 meters when marking the thrower but only 1 meter when marking a
cutter. Making a cut too close to one of your players so that the defense
cannot maintain the 1 meter distance should be avoided and can be
classified as a pick.
- If the
disc is in the air, then players hands may end up closer than 1 meter but
contact must be avoided.
- If a
legal stall count has been started then end zone passes, for a point, must
be at least 2 meters in length.
checks are done by tapping the ground. If a check requires the
defense to signal that they are ready before the disc comes back into
play then the player should wait until the player says they are ready. An
example of this would be after a time out or a call on the field.
For checks, when there has been no call, for example when you are putting
the disc in play after a turn over or an out of bounds throw you do not
need the defense to say they are ready.
should be no contact between players. Contact is a foul. Just be happy
that we are playing and do everything you can to make the play without any
should try to mark the same player (when possible).
need to bring their own sanitizer and should sanitizer their hands after each
should be exchanged for sanitized discs whenever it is convenient. As an
example, if a disc is thrown out of bounds on the sidelines then a new
disc could be put into play. When players are sanitizing their hands they
should also sanitize a disc.
new discs are introduced the player receiving the disc can ask for a
stoppage in stall counting if the disc is still wet with sanitizer.
are not required but are fine to wear. Players wearing masks should avoid
touching the front of the mask while playing and if they do they should
sanitize their hands.
players, not on the team, are not allowed as this could increase the
number of players beyond the allowed 50
are 55 minutes in length and there is no score cap. Players should
immediately leave the building when their game is over.
high fives or unnecessary touching
on the sidelines must get back at least 2 meters when a thrower is near
ratio is 4 :2. If teams opt to play 3:3 the other team does not have to
players are subbing there is no tag. A new player may enter the field from
anywhere on their sideline once the other player is off the field. If two
players enter by accident and it affects the play then follow the rules
Regular Indoor rules
The 11 edition rules are followed except for the rules
is to be avoided in every way possible.
teams will play 6 on 6 with a ratio of 4 men to 2 women. Teams must have a
minimum of 5 players, of which 1 must be a women, to avoid defaulting. If
a team plays with more than 2 women on the field the other team does not
have to match.
should start their game as soon as possible and games end on the buzzer or
at 5 minutes to the hour if the buzzer is not set.
game starts with a pull, with each team starting at the back line of the
end zone. A 10 yard brick should be used for out of bounds pulls.
is no pull after a point. When a team scores, the scoring player
acknowledges that he/she has scored a goal by raising the disc above their
head and then placing the disc on the ground at that spot. The offensive
player has 8 seconds to put the disc into play from where it was placed by
the scoring team. (They cannot walk the disc up to the front goal line).
If the offense is taking too long, a defensive player, within 3 m of the
disc, can announce delay of game and loudly count to 8.
regular play, if the disc goes out of the back or sides of the end zone
the offensive player must bring the disc to the front of
the endzone directly ahead of where it went out. If the disc is turned
over and lands in the endzone the offensive player can either play it from
where it is or bring the disc to the front of the end zone.
counts are to 8 rather than 10. The disc is considered stalled down upon
the utterance of the ‘e’ in eight. Contested stalls come in on “stall
are made on the fly by tagging. The tag should occur within 1 meter of the
side line and within 5 meters of the half way point of the field.
blocks, whether attempted or successful, are not allowed and are
considered a foul. Captains can agree to use foot-blocks.
team gets one 60-second time out but it cannot be used in the last 5
minutes of the game.
is no overtime during regular season play. If the score is tied when the
buzzer goes then that is the final score. If the disc is in the air when
the buzzer goes then it is still considered live and should be played.
Roster Limit: In most circumstances, a player should only
appear on one roster. The exception agreed upon by league captains is that
if you happen to be a paid rostered member of two teams, then you are
allowed to play for both teams. Players should not be on more than two
- If the
offensive team is found to be playing with more than six players (or the
agreed upon gender-ratio), it is an automatic turnover and all players
return to where they were at the time the error was made (guided by what
is most fair). If a point was scored with more than 6 players on the
field, the point does not count.
- If the
defensive team is playing with more than six players, the offensive team
retains possession (even if the disc was turned over) and the additional
defensive player(s) leave the playing field immediately.