An Annual Charity Tournament
Red Shoe Society of Coastal Georgia
Saturday, April 17th, 2021 @ 10:00am
Westside near the intersection of Gwinett & Whitaker
100% OF FEES PAID ARE DONATED TO RED SHOE SOCIETY!
WE ARE ONLY ACCEPTING THE FIRST 32 TEAMS THAT SIGN UP
FREE ENTRY FOR RED SHOE SOCIETY MEMBERS.
This is our first ever annual charity field day. The point of this tournament is to get together with friends and people of this community to play a series of games while raising money for a great cause. This year we will be working with Red Shoe Society of Coastal Georgia and we will be playing the following games:
- Volleyball (4v4)
- Egg Toss
- Sack Race
- Tug of War
Participants must sign up in teams of 4 with at least one female. Teams will combined or split as needed based on each game (ie. 2 people participate in the egg toss game so each 4 person team will have 2 entries in the even so that all 4 members may participate). Rules for each game are included below.
If you have any questions about field day rules or participation, contact Daniel Pinyan (912) 667-6163.
We will be playing on the West Side near the intersection of Whitaker and Gwinnet St.
PAYMENT AND LATE FEES
Payment for registration is due prior to participating in games. You can bring cash or Venmo to your first game. Registration is free for all Red Shoe Society members. Red Shoe membership also provides access to all Red Shoe events for the year. http://www.redshoesocietyce.com/join
SHIRTS AND UNIFORMS
Shirts/uniforms are not required for field day participation, but are encouraged!
We will be following traditional SARC grass volleyball league rules. A full copy of our rules can be found on our website at https://savadultrec.com/volleyball-rules
EGG TOSS RULES
Make sure everyone is wearing something they don't mind getting messy!
- All teams begin by standing an equal distance apart. One person begins by tossing the egg to the other teammate.
- If the teammate catches the egg successfully, they both take a step back and the game continues.
- If the egg is dropped, but not broken, the teammate may pick it up and throw it back. There is no limit to how many times the egg can be dropped and picked up as long as the shell is intact.
- If the egg breaks on the ground or in someone's hands, the team is now out of the game.
- The game continues until there is one team left standing.
- If there happens to be a question on the last two teams as to whose egg broke first, the winning team is determined by whichever team is at the farthest distance apart.
SACK RACE RULES
- Participants will run to the sack, put both feet in and begin hopping toward the finish line.
- Contestants must keep both feet in sack and at least one hand on the sack at all times.
- The sack must remain as close to the waist as possible and should not fall below the knees.
- Each player puts both legs into sack and hops around a cone, or some marked point, and back, tagging the next person in line.
- Then, the next person in line gets into the sack and repeats the once-around the cone course.
- The first team to the finish line wins.
TUG OF WAR RULES
- A red mark made in the middle of the rope. A white mark is made on either sides of the rope to denote the team's territory. Additional marks on either side of the rope will also mark where the first member of each team may stand. The distance of each team's marks are equidistant from the centerline and determined based on the overall length of the rope.
- The judge first announces "Pick up the rope", he then says "Take the string", and finally he tells the players to "Pull". Once the pull command is said aloud, the teams start pulling the rope.
- All members of the team must have at least one hand on the rope at all times
- The game is won when either side pulls the opposing teams white mark across the center line.
All rules will be reviewed on site prior to the beginning of each game. As always if you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Waldo (912) 200-7902 or Daniel Pinyan (912) 667-6163. We look forward to a fun, friendly and competitive tournament.