As you may now, Adult Kickball is turning into recognized sport and its rules must be interpreted wherever the game is played. Kickball365 introduced a policy in 2010 of ongoing training for its Circuit Referees to ensure that open competitive tournament standards continue to improve and applied the same way everywhere. In 2010, we announced The Circuit. The Circuit is a series of open tournament events supported by Kickball365 to bring together the ultimate competitive adult kickball teams in America.
The Circuit also introduced an Open Rule Book that the Community can discuss, an annual Summit to discuss the Rule Book and suggest/vote changes for the next year, a required Rule Book Exam, and open forum to discuss rule changes. The code of rules governing the playing of competitive adult kickball games by professional teams who comprise the Kickball365 Circuit Series is the Official Circuit Rule Book.
With such changes we're also opening the door to attracting referees from across the country. We'd like to pass this bit of information along to you to share with your other referee contacts, friends, family members, co-workers, or whoever you might find interested in the opportunity.
To start, we need you to register. Don't worry, it's free! This is needed to allow you to be easily contact for any of our upcoming events in 2011. In 2011 our National Tour is the title given to the series of Circuit Events held in a given year where registered teams compete for Circuit Points. The point system is where points are given according to the Circuit Scoring System (CSS). The National Tour is divided into two segments – The Circuit Events themselves and the Circuit Cup Championship. We will have eight (8) tournaments starting in February.
Discover more about The Circuit by visiting http://www.kickball365.com/thecircuit/
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