u9/10 inter squad

U9/10 inter squad schedule

To view the schedule for the U9/10 teams please see below. 

DATE

BOYD WHITE EAST

BOYD WHITE WEST

BOYD YELLOW EAST

   TIME 






SEPT. 22

          1 V 4

          2 V 5

 TEAM 3 TRAINING 

1:45 PM

SEPT. 29

          3 V 5 

          4 V 2

     1 v 6

1:45 PM

OCTOBER 6TH 

   NO GAMES 

THANKSGIVING

NO GAMES 


OCTOBER 13TH 

         1 V 3

          2 V 6

      V 4  

1:45 PM

OCTOBER 20TH

         2 V 1

         4 V  3

     6 V  

1:45 PM

OCTOBER 27TH 

        5 V 3 

         6 V 2 

      V 4 

1:45 PM

NOVEMBER 3RD

        6 V 5 

         1 V 2 

     4 V 3 

1:45 PM

NOVEMBER 10TH 

        5 V 4 

         6 V 1 

     2 V 3 

1:45 PM

NOVEMBER 17TH 

       6 V 4 

        5 V 2 

     3 V 1 

1:45 PM

NOVEMBER  24TH 

      3 V 6 

        1 V 5 

     4 V 2 

1:45 PM

DECEMBER 1ST 

      2 V 1 

        4 V 3 

     6 V 5 

1:45 PM

DECEMBER 8TH

      5 V 3 

       2 V 6 

     1 V 4 

1:45 PM

DECEMBER 15TH 

     6 V 1

        V 4 

     2 V 5 

1:45 PM






JANUARY 12TH 

1 V 6

2 V 5

3 V 4

1:45 PM

JANUARY 19TH  

3 V 5

1 V 4

2 V 6

1:45 PM

JANUARY 26TH

2 V 4

3 V 1

5 V 6

1:45 PM

FEBRUARY 2ND 

2 V 3

4 V 6

5 V 1

1:45 PM

FEBRUARY 9TH 

4 V 5

1 V 2 

3 V 6

1:45 PM

FEBRUARY 16TH 

NO  GAMES

FAMILY DAY WKND

NO GAMES 


FEBRUARY 24TH 

1 V 6 

2 V 5 

3 V 4 

1:45 PM






TEAM 1

RMD DEVILS




TEAM 2

RMD FLAMES




TEAM 3

RMD WOLVES




TEAM 4

RMD LIGHTNING




TEAM 5

TEAM HEEEEEEY




TEAM 6

RMD KNIGHTS










rules of play

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A few things about how the games are set up...
 
~ all games will start at 130 but you will want to have all players on the field at 1 pm 
    as they will need to warm up and we will need to set up the field according to the 
    diagram you were all sent earlier. 
~ games are 2 25 minute halves with a 5 minute half time
~ refs will be provided for each game and a parent from each team will need to run the 
   line; this is best if it one of the coaches if there are more than one on the field

~ please read about the retreat line under our coaches tab... if you don't understand the 
   retreat line, please let me know and I can help you with it. 

~ when the ball is out of play on the end line, the goal keeper takes a goal kick and this 
   is where the retreat line rule comes into play

~ when the ball is out of play on the touch line (sideline) the ball is thrown in. 
~ most importantly, following BC Soccer LTPD, you will be playing 7 v 7 which means
   you will have 6 players out and one keeper.

~ unlimited substitutions shall be allowed
~ substitutions shall be allowed at stoppages, under the control of the referee
~ players must take equal turns in all field positions including the goalkeeper
   position that must be rotated at half time.  It is not necessary that all players play in 
   the goalkeeper position during a single game.


Please remember that at U9, scores are not kept nor do they matter, however IF one team is up by 4 goals, the ref should incorporate the Parity rule.  This rule helps stop one team from dominating a game and taking the fun out of it..  When one team is up by more than 4 goals, the ref and coaches should agree to one of two things:  have the team that is constantly scoring to remove one player off the team, OR to have the opponent add an extra player.  The RGSA does not want to see any team not enjoy the sport of soccer.