U17 Roadrunner Spring Classic Tournament Rules 2023
All games to be refereed in accordance with BCLA and Lacrosse Canada rules and regulations. Referees calls on the floor are final. There are no protests allowed.
All players must be properly registered and in good standing with BCLA or their local Provincial Body
Team officials must report to â€œCheck inâ€ at no more than 45 minutes and no less than 20 minutes prior to game time and are responsible for verifying the game sheet before each game. Dressing rooms will be pre-assigned and available 30 minutes before each game. Game sheets will be prepared in advance and will be held at â€œcheck inâ€ for verification prior to the start of each game. Game balls will be supplied, as well as timekeepers and shot clock personnel, home teams may be asked to supply score keepers if a tournament volunteer is not available
Point scoring for games,
Win - 2 points
Loss - 0 points
Ties - 1 point
Round Robin games will be 1hour and 30 minutes which includes a 5-minute warm up, Periods 1 and 2 will be 20 minutes running time and period 3 will 20 minutes running time (last Three (3) minutes stop time unless score is 6 or more goal spread), although it may be shortened to allow for MVP presentation and to complete on time. Goalie water breaks may occur if the heat is extreme - it will be at approximately the 10-minute mark of the period, not after a goal, but a natural break
Breaks between periods will be 5 minutes, which may be shortened to 3minutes if necessary to keep games on time.
Tie breaker formula following the round robin will be as follows:
Head to Head (if applicable)
Least Goal Against
Least Penalty Minutes
Most Periods Won
Playoff games will be 3 - 20minutes running time periods with stop time in the last 5 minutes of the game regardless of the score, breaks and warm-up as outlined for round robin play. In the event of a tie there will be a 10-minute stop time sudden death overtime followed by a shootout if necessary. In the event of a shootout, a five-player round will occur The team with the most goals after the round of shootout will be the winner. If after this round a winner is not declared a sudden death shoot out will occur with an additional two shooters and will continue until a winner is declared. EACH player can only shoot once until the entire roster has shot, with the exception of the goalies.
The tournament committee reserves the right to remove from the tournament any player, coach or spectator whom behaves in a manner considered inappropriate for a minor sporting event. Tournament committee decisions are final.
The Richmond Roadrunner Lacrosse Association (RLA) has been active in the City of Richmond for Decades. Promoting Canada's Summer National Sport to the fullest. It is a non-profit and volunteer based sport which provides children the ability to be creative with hand-eye coordination. There are numerous opportunities for scholarships in North America in Post-Secondary schools.
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