yellow card= a warning red card= must leave the court yellow and red card= must leave the facility
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The act of infracting or breaking; breach; violation; nonobservance; infringement; as, an infraction of a treaty, compact, rule, or law.
Wiliam Morgan invented Volleyball and wrote the rules.
It was always called a volleyball
It's an infraction. I know because I just called Santa Clara courts to check on my old driving abstract. Thought it was was a misdemeanor, was told it's an infraction. Whew!!
Volleyball does not have a quarterback position.
A dead ball in volleyball is any ball that touches the floor or violates a rule, resulting in an end of the play.
Mintonette is the first name of the volleyball...afterwards a man noticed the game and called it volleyball (originally spelled as Volley ball)...
the former name of volleyball is called "Mintonette" , it was just change when Dr. Alfred S. Halstead suggested to change the name of the game to "Volleyball" in 1932. It's first olympic game hall in Tokyo, Japan. editor -Aimee Gillespie writer- Maddie Finn
There is none, they are all just as important as the other ones.