Rules Dodge ball
> 2 game elimination
> Roster should consist of no less then 10 players and no more then 12 players (There is no limit to females per team, although there must be a minimum of 3
> Best of 5 games with 4 minute rounds
> Games are played 10 x 10 (Minimum 3 females on the field simultaneously)
>At the beginning of a dodge ball game, the balls are lined up on the central dividing line.
>The player(s) from each team then rush towards the center line simultaneously and try to grab one of the dodge balls and throw or roll it backwards to their teammates (Players are allowed to keep the ball, but they cannot throw it instantly, they must return back from the neutral zone first)
>Players in the neutral zone may be hit and eliminated from the round
>Players in the neutral zone may catch a ball thrown from the opposing team resulting in the throwing player being eliminated
>Once the game has commenced, players throw balls at members of the opposing team in an attempt to eliminate the players.
>When a player has been hit by a dodge ball and no one catches it before it becomes dead, that player has been eliminated and must move to his team’s designated standing area (players are still out if the ball rebounds off another dodge ball and/or player and hits them on the full). The same rule applies if any number of people try to catch the ball but drop it.
> “Head shots” (balls thrown in dodge ball that hit an opposing player in the head) will not result in that player being eliminated.
>If a player catches a ball thrown by the opposing team, then the player who threw the ball is eliminated, and the team that caught the ball can reinstate the player that has been out the longest.
>If a dodge ball hits an opposing player but gets caught by one of the hit player’s teammates, the thrower is out, a player gets reinstated, and the player who got hit stays in.
>Players can pick up dead balls and throw them back at the other team.
>Players are allowed to leave the confines of the court to gather balls that have rolled out of bounds, (only from the back line) but cannot throw the ball until they are back inside the court.
>If a player moves into the opponent’s zone or picks up a ball from inside the opponent’s zone without it fully rolling inside their zone, that player is out.
>Players can also get eliminated if their throw hits an opponent on the head (Directly on purpose), displays bad sportsmanship, or cheats. Kicking the balls is prohibited.
>A ball in the possession of a player can be used to block incoming balls thrown by the opposing team.
>Once all the players on one team are eliminated, or time expires, the game ends.
>The team with the most amount of players when time expires wins the game.