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Got a new puppy or have one? Looking for a group where you can socialize and walk your dog at the same time? (We are too). This is a meetup for people who want to socialise with their dogs and around their dogs. Whether you have a new puppy that you’re socialising or a dog who wants some friends, all are welcome! I started this meetup to bring together dog owners and build a group of canine friends for Bruno - the energy house. He loves other dogs and adores playtime , I'd love to bring friends together on a regular basis. And we'd love to achieve the same for other dogs, puppies and their owners! We are excited to meet you. Woof Woof!
Please RSVP for the event before 6 PM on Thursday in order to play and read the rules below. All skill levels are welcome. Inappropriate behavior will not be acceptable (e.g. guys need to be mindful of ladies). The Serve: The server shall stand with both feet behind the rear boundary line. There are no restrictions as to how the ball may be served except that it must be clearly hit, not thrown or pushed. Side out is declared when a served ball hits the net and does not pass over. A ball that contacts the net and continues over constitutes a LEGAL serve. Any player may contact the ball with any body part, above or below the waist. A ball touching any part of the boundary line is in. It is permissible to run out-of-bounds to play a ball. Players are not permitted to scoop, hold, or throw the ball. The ball must not visibly come to rest on the player’s hands, fingers, or any other part of the body. A player shall not make successive contacts of the ball unless he/she has blocked a spike at the net. One person may play the ball twice during a volley but not twice in succession. A ball, other than a serve, may be recovered from the net provided the player avoids contact with the net and does not catch or hold the ball. Contact of the ball during blocking action does not count as one of the three team hits. The ball must always be returned over the net by the third contact, unless a block is the initial contact in which case the ball must be returned by the fourth contact. Blocking: A successful block is accomplished when either the ball rebounds off the hands of the blocker and directly back into the opponent’s court, or deflects off the hands in such a way that the blocker’s team may play the ball. An attempt to block does not constitute a block unless the ball is contacted during an attempt. The team which has attempted a block shall have the right to three more contacts with the ball in order to return it to the opponent’s side. When the ball, after having touched the top of the net and the opponent’s block, returns to the attacker’s side, the team then has the right of three more contacts in order to return the ball to the opponent’s side. Net Play: A player may reach under the net as long as he/she does not interfere with an opponent’s attempt to play the ball. A player may reach over the net to complete a spike which was begun on the player’s own side of the net. A player may never touch the net. A player may reach over the net to block, but not to interfere with the opposing team’s play. Blocking and spiking the ball on the serve is illegal.