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Monday, November 17, 2008

Goalball

Goalball is a team sport usually separated by gender with a men's & women's game. A team is comprised of six players with no more than three players per team on the court at any one time. Games last 20 minutes and are divided into two equal halves of ten minutes each, with a 3 minute half time.

Goalball

The object of the game is to score goals by rolling a ball (called a goalball) down the length of the 18m (volleyball size) court toward the opposing team's goal. The goals span the entire 9m width of the court. Players (1 centre and 2 wingers) attempt to prevent the goalball from crossing the goal line in a totally sightless condition. Goalballs which weigh 1.25kg and contain noise bells, along with tactile lines on the court, helps to orientate the players.

Therefore, while play is in progress, silence is required in the venue to allow the players to concentrate and react instantly to the ball. However, cheering is permitted after a goal is scored and at the end of a game.


RULES CHANGES (NEW)
2006 - 2010

  • START PLAY
    The ball is now passed in at the side line 1.5 meters in front of the goal post regardless of player's location.
  • WIPE FLOOR
    To ensure the flow of the game an official time out to wipe the floor will only be taken when the referee deems that the safety of the players may be compromised. Wiping of the floor should take place during all official stoppage(s) in play.
  • DEAD BALL
    When a thrown ball stops in the team area without being touched by a defending player it will be ruled a dead ball, the referee will whistle, stop time and give the ball to the defending team.
  • ON COURT WARM UP
    Teams will be restricted to the half of the court they will be defending and may only throw towards that goal.
  • BLOOD RULE
    Health & Safety issues related to bleeding injuries
  • MARCH IN
    Athletes must be dressed to compete during march in.
  • MEDICAL TREATMENT
    Injured players leaving FOP may not return until that half expires.

UPDATED

  • 1.2.3 - UNIFORMS
    Changes deal with uniform numbering, co-ordination and advertising standards. Equipment & padding sizes are also addressed in changes.
  • 2.0 - CONTESTANTS
    Any eliminated players will also be listed on the line up sheet.
  • 3.1 - NUMBER REQUIRED
    IBSA qualified 10 second timers are required.
  • 4.2 - OVERTIME
    Team change ends during a three (3) minute break between halves.
  • 4.5 - SCORING
    If a defending players eyeshade are dislodged by the ball and the ball subsequently enters the goal it will be considered a score.
  • 4.6.1 - TEAM TIME OUT
    A time out may be requested verbally by a coach or player saying "time out" at the appropriate time.
  • 4.6.2 - OFFICIAL'S TIME OUT
    The coaches shall be permitted from the team bench area to give instructions to the players on the court during an officials' time out.
  • 4.7.1 - TEAM SUBSTITUTIONS
    A substitution may be verbally requested any time the team has control of the ball or there is an official timeout The coaches shall be permitted to give instructions to the players on the court during a substitution.
  • 4.7.2 - MEDICAL SUBSTITUTION
    Two stoppages in play during any half of play to tend to the same player who is temporarily injured will result in that player's removal from the court for the remainder of that half.
  • 5.2 - PASS OUT
    Any intentional action not to control the ball by a defending player that results in a ball crossing the Line Out Line will be consider to be a pass out.
  • 6.0 - PENALTY
    In the event that a team penalty is awarded before a throw has been taken, the player to remain on the court to defend the throw shall be at the coach's discretion of the team which will take the penalty throw.
    A penalty may be declined verbally by a Coach or Player of the team to take the penalty throw by saying "declined".
  • 6.1.1 - SHORT BALL
    Anytime a ball that has been thrown and comes to rest before the team area of the defending team the play shall be whistled dead and a penalty shot shall be awarded to the defending team.
  • 6.1.5 - THIRD TIME THROW
    Scoring an own goal against your own team shall not count as a throw.
  • 6.1.6 - PERSONAL UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT
    Any intentional physical contact with an official not relating to the play caused by a player will result in the immediate ejection of that player from the game and the field of play.
  • 6.1.9 - NOISE
    Any excessive noise made by a player during the act of throwing that prevents tracking by the defending team shall be penalised.
  • 6.2.1 - TEN (10) SECONDS
    The 10 second clock shall be reset anytime that a referee calls an officials timeout.
  • 6.2.2 - TEAM DELAY OF GAME
    A team delay of game penalty shall be awarded against a team if that team requests a fourth timeout or timeout.
  • 6.2.4 - ILLEGAL COACHING
    No person in the team bench area shall be permitted to coach in any manner EXCEPT during time-outs, substitutions, or official stoppages in play.
  • 6.2.5 - NOISE
    Excessive noise made by any player on the throwing team while another player on that team is in the act of throwing or when the ball has been released shall be penalised.
  • 7.0 - EXTRA THROWS
    The term Free Throws has been replaced by Extra Throws.

DELETED

  • 5.2 - STEP OVER
    Now the referee looks for the ball to make contact with the court.
Should there be any misunderstanding of the IBSA rules for Goalball, the English version shall prevail.

(Info - Goalball was originally created in 1946, in Europe
)


Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Malaysia Open Goalball Championship & Asian Invitation '08 / Kejohanan Goalball Terbuka Kebangsaan & Jemputan Asia 2008

Persatuan Bagi Orang Buta Malaysia (MAB) akan menganjurkan Kejohanan Terbuka Kebangsaan & Jemputan Asia, Malaysia 2008 pada 20hb. hingga 23hb. November 2008, bertempat di Pusat Latihan Perindustrian & Pemulihan Bangi (PLPP).

KLINIK KEJURULATIHAN & KURSUS PENGADIL (REFEREE) BAGI SUKAN GOALBALL

Adalah dimaklumkan bahawa Persatuan Bagi Orang Buta Malaysia akan menganjurkan Klinik Kejurulatihan & Kursus Pengadil (Referee) pada 18-23 November 2008. Hanya terdapat 10 pengadil tahap 1 dan 4 pengadil tahap 2 di Malaysia. Disebabkan sukan goalball merupakan salah satu sukan yang diminati oleh OKU penglihatan, pihak Persatuan dengan ini mengambil keputusan untuk menganjurkan Klinik Kejurulatihan dan Kursus Pengadil (Referee) tahap 1 dan 2 bagi menangani masalah ketiadaan jurulatih serta kekurangan pengadil yang bertauliah dalam sukan goalball di Malaysia.
Disamping itu, dapat meningkatkan kualiti permainan dan juga dapat membangunkan sukan goalball di Malaysia ke peringkat yang lebih cemerlang.

Klinik dan kursus tersebut adalah seperti berikut:
Tarikh : 18-23 November 2008
Check in –
17 November 2008 (2.00 Petang)
Check out – 24 November 2008 (Selepas sarapan pagi)
Tempat : Pusat Latihan Perindustrian & Pemulihan Bangi (PLPP)


Yuran penyertaan adalah sebanyak RM750.00 seorang. Pihak penganjur akan menyediakan penginapan (twin sharing), makan minum, pengangkutan dari penginapan ke venue. Pihak penganjur hanya menyediakan 15 tempat untuk klinik kejurulatihan dan kursus tersebut. Tawaran adalah terhad.

Sebarang pertanyaan, sila hubungi En. Muhammad Fairuz Bin Abdullah Eksekutif Sukan & Rekreasi di talian 019-2727283 atau 03-22722677 ext. 136.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games




Opening Ceremony Of The Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games - Beijing National Stadium (Birds Nest)






Goalball Competition At The BIT Gymnasium







Technical Official & Referees For Goalball Games








Mr. George Thomas (Malaysia) & Mr. Yotsapol Sukumolnan (Thailand)









Mr. Jim Leask (Canada) & Mr. George Thomas (Malaysia)





More Photos Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Majlis Berbuka Puasa 1429H

Sempena Ramadhan Al-Mubarak ini, Syarikat i-27 serta Rakan-Rakan saya akan mengadakan Majlis Berbuka Puasa bersama Persatuan dan Sekolah Bagi Orang Buta Malaysia pada:

25-SEPTEMBER-08, KHAMIS (25 Ramadhan 1429H)

Alamat:
Persatuan Bagi Orang Buta Malaysia
Malaysian Association For The Blind (MAB)

Kompleks MAB, Jalan Tebing, Off Jalan Tun Sambanthan 4,
50470 Kuala Lumpur.

Aturcara Majlis:
6.00pm - Berkumpul Di Dewan Solat Bangunan MAB (Tingkat 1)
6.30pm - Tahlil & Doa
Maghrib - Berbuka Puasa & Solat Maghrib
7.30pm - Makan Malam (Dewan Makan, Tingkat Bawah)
8.30pm - Solat Isyak & Tarawih
9.30pm - Moreh

Tetamu Jemputan, YBhg. Profesor Datuk Dr. Ismail Md. Salleh, Presiden MAB.

Saya dengan ini ingin menjemput kenalan dan Rakan Radio Amatur yang mempunyai kelapangan untuk hadir bersama-sama di majlis ini nanti.

Wassalam,
Noor Risham (9W2JSM)
ALP i-27

Monday, August 25, 2008

Radio Amateur Examinations (RAE 2008-1) Result

Alhamdullilah keputusan yang ditunggu-tunggu selama 2 bulan oleh rakan-rakan SWAL telah pun keluar pada hari ni.

Syukur sebab percubaan saya yang pertama ni Lulus, ramai juga rakan-rakan yang mendaftar untuk
peperiksaan RAE 2008-1 pada kali ini iaitu seramai 2,227 orang, dimana 600 orang sahaja telah berdaftar untuk menduduki exam bagi kawasan Tengah. Kepada yang Lulus saya ucapkan Tahniah dan kepada yang kecundang dan tak dapat menghadirkan diri pada hari exam tersebut diharap akan mencuba lagi pada bulan November nanti.

Saya ingin mengucapkan Terima Kasih yang tak terhingga kepada 9W2BHL (En. Farid) dan 9W2WMC (En. Fuad) yang banyak membantu menyampaikan ilmu serta sokongan moral kepada saya tentang Radio Amatur. Semoga suatu hari nanti dapat kita berEyeball dan Tango-Tango.

73, cerio..


Saturday, August 9, 2008

Hari Kemerdekaan ke 51


Tema hari kemerdekaan Malaysia pada tahun ini (2008) ialah PERPADUAN TERAS KEJAYAAN.

Rekabentuk logo ini diilhamkan dari ikatan 3 figura yang saling berganding bahu menunjukkan perpaduan erat melambangkan ”Perpaduan Teras Kejayaan”.

3 ikatan figura manusia saling berganding bahu menunjukkan rakyat yang bekerjasama di antara satu sama lain dalam menjaga keamanan dan memajukan negara.

3 rupa bentuk manusia digayakan bergandingan bahu adalah mewakili kaum-kaum di Malaysia yang bersefahaman bagi menunjukkan mereka telah mencapai kejayaan dalam perpaduan.

Warna merah simbol keberanian rakyat. Putih simbol kesetiaan keseluruhan rakyat Malaysia. Warna biru melambangkan perpaduan yang dijalinkan oleh kaum-kaum di Malaysia. Manakala warna kuning pula melambangkan Sistem Beraja dan Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

STANDARD NATO PHONETIC ALPHABET

A = Alpha, B = Bravo, C = Charlie, D = Delta,
E = Echo, F = Foxtrot, G = Golf, H = Hotel,
I = India, J = Juliet, K = Kilo, L = Lima,
M = Mike, N = November, O = Oscar, P = Papa,
Q = Quebec, R = Romeo, S = Sierra, T = Tango,
U = Uniform, V = Victor, W = Whiskey, X = Xray,
Y = Yankee, Z = Zulu.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

2008 Beijing Paralympic Games - Goalball Competition Schedule

Competition will begin at the BIT gymnasium on Sunday 7th September at 9am with a pool A preliminary match between Lithuania and Belgium. There will be morning and afternoon sessions until the gold medal matches at 7pm (women’s competition) and 8pm (men’s final) on Sunday 14th September.

The full match schedule for the Goalball competition at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games is now available on this web site at http://www.ibsa.es/eng/deportes/goalball/competiciones.asp?id=5 or by clicking on the link below.


http://www.ibsa.es/eng/deportes/goalball/2008 beijing paralympic games goalball competition schedule.pdf

Source: http://www.ibsa.es/eng/

Monday, July 28, 2008

GOALBALL IN MALAYSIA

Austrian, Hanz Lorenzen and German Sepp Reindle invented Goalball in 1946, in an effort to help the rehabilitation of blinded war veterans. The game was introduced to the world in 1976 at the Paralympics in Toronto, Canada, with the first world championships being held in Austria in 1978. Since that time the popularity of Goalball has increased to where it is enjoyed in all IBSA regions.

The game is played by two teams of three players with a maximum of three substitutions on each team. The game is conducted on the floor of a gymnasium with a rectangular court which is divided into two halves by a center line. Goals are erected at either end. The game is to be played with a bell ball. The object of the game is for each team to roll the ball across the opponents’ goal line while the other team attempts to prevent this from happening.

The rules for international goalball competitions are those adapted by the International Blind Sports Association (IBSA).

In Malaysia, Goalball was first introduced as early as 1984 by the Malaysian Association for the Blind as a recreational game and since then, Goalball became the most popular game among the visually impaired (blind) in Malaysia. In 1997 with the co-operation of IBSA Malaysia has produced eleven (11) IBSA Level 1 Referees and Technical Officials. Since then there is no turning back in organising Goalball in Malaysia where we have two tournaments each year such as National Goalball League and National Open and also the Paralympics once in two years.

In 1999, it was a great honour for Malaysia to be invited to take charge of the Goalball event by the Organising Committee of the FESPIC Games Bangkok 1999. We also sent a Goalball team to participate at the FESPIC games in Busan 2002 & in Kuala Lumpur 2006.

Also in 1999 again, with the co-operation of IBSA the world controlling body for blind sports we produced another 9 Level 1 and 3 Level 2 Referees. One of our referees also represented as the International Technical Official (ITO) at the Paralympics games at Sydney Australia in 2000 and another ITO fro the Paralympics in Athens and it is yet another honour for another ITO being selected from Malaysia fro the Paralympics in Beijing, China 2008. It is yet another honour for Malaysia as 5 referees were selected to referee at the Busan FESPIC games in 2002 and 11 referees for the FESPIC games at Kuala Lumpur in 2006 and 3 referees at the KORAT PARA games early 2008.

There over 9 clubs and 8 state teams active in the games. Goalball is here to stay and will continue to progress to the highest level.



George Thomas
Executive Director
Malaysian Association for the Blind















Sedutan Perlawanan Akhir Goalball MBPJ 2008

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Keputusan Penuh Kejohanan Goalball MBPJ 2008




















Kejohanan Goalball Piala Datuk Bandar MBPJ

Kejohanan Goalball (Terbuka Kebangsaan) Piala Datuk Bandar Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) 2008 telah diadakan di Dewan Badminton D'Klana, Kompleks Sukan Kelana Jaya, Jalan Stadium, SS7/15, Petaling Jaya pada 26hb & 27hb Julai 2008.

Kejohanan kategori Lelaki yang julung kali diadakan oleh Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan (PBT) bersempena sambutan ulangtahun Bandaraya yang ke 2 MBPJ telah di rasmikan oleh Datuk Bandar MBPJ, Y.BHG Dato' Hj. Mohamad Roslan bin Sakiman.

Kejohanan ini mensasarkan kepada golongan Orang Kurang Upaya (OKU) cacat penglihatan di seluruh Malaysia dengan tujuan utama kejohanan ini adalah untuk mencungkil bakat baru serta memberi peluang kepada warga OKU mempamerkan kualiti sukan yang lebih baik disamping mengamalkan budaya hidup sihat serta harmoni dan mengeratkan tali silaturrahim dikalangan warga OKU dan masyarakat sekeliling.

Kejohanan ini juga mensasarkan penyertaan lelaki OKU berumur 15 tahun keatas dari pasukan-pasukan kelab dan persatuan di seluruh Malaysia. Sebanyak 12 pasukan telah mengambil bahagian.
Kejohanan yang dianjurk
an oleh bahagian Belia dan Sukan MBPJ ini turut mendapat kerjasama dari Majlis Paralimpik Malaysia, Persatuan bagi Orang Buta Malaysia (MAB), Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat Selangor, Jabatan Pendidikan Khas, Kementerian Belia dan Sukan (KBS) dan Syarikat Nestle.

Juara ialah kumpulan 'BORN FREE' mengondol hadiah wang tunai RM2,000 beserta Piala Pusingan, Piala Iringan dan Medal.
Naib Johan ialah kumpulan 'Power Shoot' yang meraih RM1,000 beserta Medal.
Ketiga ialah kumpulan 'Islander' yang meraih RM750 beserta Medal.
Keempat ialah kumpulan 'Tsunami' yang meraih RM500 beserta Medal.
Semua pemenang juga telah mendapat hadiah pek barangan Milo dari syarikat Nestle.
Hadiah-hadiah telah disampaikan oleh Ahli Majlis MBPJ En. Micheal Soon Kwai Choy
.