Fouls - misconduct.pptx

Introduction
In this presentation:
• Personal Misconduct Fouls
• Mandatory yellow cards
• Penalties for personal misconduct (cards)
• Delay of game
• Persistent minor fouls
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Introduction
• Not all Misconduct and Warning Cards are in this basic officiating
course, as much is explained in the basic rules course
• See also the World Lacrosse rulebook rules 22 and 23
• In each slide explaining the foul the corresponding umpire signal is
shown in the top left picture
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Personal Misconduct Fouls
A player must not:
• Conduct herself in a rough, dangerous, or unsporting manner
• Persistently or flagrantly violate the rules
• Deliberately endanger the safety of an opponent
• Use abusive language or excessively disagree with the umpire’s
decisions
• Use language or exhibit behavior that is intended to embarrass,
ridicule, or demean others, i.e. tormenting or taunting
• Exhibit any type of behavior which in the umpire’s opinion
amounts to misconduct
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Mandory yellow cards
• Check to the head
• Dangerous Propelling
• Dangerous Follow Through
• Swipe
Women's Lacrosse Basic
Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Mandatory yellow cards
• Check to the head
• Checking an opponent’s head or neck
• A check to the head happens on accident more often than
deliberately
• This does not take away that the foul warrants a mandatory
yellow card, even if the fouling player is telling you it was an
accident
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Mandatory yellow cards
• Dangerous Propelling:
• Propelling of the ball in a dangerous or uncontrolled manner,
which can be a pass or a shot, without regard to the positions
of any field player
• Watch for blind shots on goal
• Watch for blind ‘panic’ passess when the (unexpierenced)
ball carrier is being double or triple teamed
• Note that any hard shot taken very near the crease so that
the goalie has little or no time to react, and/or the ball is
directed at and hits the goalie in the head or neck, may be
carded as dangerous propelling
• The signal for dangerous propelling and dangerous follow through
are the same
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Mandatory yellow cards
• Dangerous Follow Through:
• Following through with the stick in a dangerous or
oncontrolled manner at any time
• If a defender has established their legal defensive position
before the shot; this is a dangerous follow through
• If the defender moves into the path of the cross/ follow-
through, this is not a dangerous follow through
• The signal for dangerous propelling and dangerous follow
through are the same
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Mandatory yellow cards
• Swipe
• A dangerous or uncontrolled swing of the crosse that has
potential for serious injury.
• A swipe can be called regardless of whether or not contact is
made with an opponent(‘s crosse)
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Penalties for personal misconduct (cards)
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Yellow card Yellow/red card Red card
• Check to the head
• Dangerous propelling
• Dangerous follow
through
• Swipe
• Other personal
misconduct
• See yellow card • Intentionally
dangerous/unsportsmanli
ke misconduct
First card for player Second card for player First card for player
• 2 min man-down
• Player with card can
return to game after 2
min penalty
• 5 min man-down play
• Player cannot return to
game after 5 min penalty
• 10 min man-down play
• Player cannot return to
game after 10 min
penalty
During the time penalties only 5 attacking / 6 defending players (including goalie) are allowed across
the retraining lines into the attack/defending area.
However, during the draw 3 players are allowed between the restraining lines
Introduction
Penalties for personal misconduct (cards)
• When a goalie receives a yellow warning card:
• A second, dressed, goalie may replace the carded goalie.
The player closest to the substitution area will serve the time
penalty
• If there’s no other dressed goalie another player will serve
her penalty and the goalie may remain in the field
• When a goalie receives a yellow/red or straight red card:
• A second, dressed, goalie may replace the carded goalie.
The player closest to the substitution area will serve the time
penalty
• If there’s no other dressed goalie, a 2 min time-out will be
taken to enable a team member to put on protective
equiptment. The player closest to the substitution area will
serve the time penalty
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Penalties for personal misconduct (cards)
• When bench personnel (incl. coach) receives a yellow card:
• A player from the offending team who is closest to their
substitution area must leave the field
• The team must play with one less player on the field for the 2
minutes penalty. Players may substitute.
• When bench personnel (incl. coach) receives a yellow/red or
straight red card :
• The suspended person must leave the field and playing area
• A player from the offending team who is closest to their
substitution area must leave the field
• The team must play with one less player on the field for the 5
or 10 minutes penalty. Players may substitute.
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Procedure for calling personal misconduct (cards)
• Sound the whistle loud and long
• Turn to the score table and give a clear Time-Out signal
• Identify the player being carded and beckon the player toward you
as you move to meet them halfway
• Hold the card(s) clearly visible to the player and score table
• Give the foul signal if applicable or simply state ‘personal
misconduct’
• The head umpire should note down the player’s number on their
own score card with a Y or Y/R behind it, so that they know who’s
been carded
• Award a free position to the player who was fouled.
• Wait with restarting play untill the carded player has left the field
and you’ve check with your fellow on field umpires that they’re
ready to continue
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Delay of game
• Intentionally delaying the (re)start of the game, such as:
• Failure to stand when requested by the umpire
• Failure to move 4m away for a free position
• Failure to follow an umpire’s directions
• Intentionally delaying setting up the draw
• Any other type of behavior which, in the umpire’s opinion,
amounts to delay
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Persistent minor fouls
• Repeated early entries (rule 19.A.2 and 19.A.3)
• Repeated restraining line violations (Rule 19.A.16)
• Teams that repeatedly waste time returning to the center draw
following a goal (Rule 19.A.20)
• Any other minor fouls that in an umpire’s opinion occur repeatedly
due to lack of skill or to gain an unfair advantage
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
Introduction
Penalties for delay of game and other persistent minor fouls
• The umpire shall first give a verbal warning and on the next
repetition, stop the time and call 'delay of game' and give the
correct minor foul penalty
• Signal is like you want to show a ‘big fish’
• For the second delay of game or repeated minor, the umpire will
penalize or set up this minor as a major violation. Subsequent
violations that are "scaled up" will continue to count as major
fouls
Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating
FOULS
video
Minor Fouls
Major Fouls
Misconduct and Warning Cards
Execution of Penalties
Simultaneous Fouls
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Fouls - misconduct.pptx

  • 1. Introduction In this presentation: • Personal Misconduct Fouls • Mandatory yellow cards • Penalties for personal misconduct (cards) • Delay of game • Persistent minor fouls Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 2. Introduction Introduction • Not all Misconduct and Warning Cards are in this basic officiating course, as much is explained in the basic rules course • See also the World Lacrosse rulebook rules 22 and 23 • In each slide explaining the foul the corresponding umpire signal is shown in the top left picture Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 3. Introduction Personal Misconduct Fouls A player must not: • Conduct herself in a rough, dangerous, or unsporting manner • Persistently or flagrantly violate the rules • Deliberately endanger the safety of an opponent • Use abusive language or excessively disagree with the umpire’s decisions • Use language or exhibit behavior that is intended to embarrass, ridicule, or demean others, i.e. tormenting or taunting • Exhibit any type of behavior which in the umpire’s opinion amounts to misconduct Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 4. Introduction Mandory yellow cards • Check to the head • Dangerous Propelling • Dangerous Follow Through • Swipe Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 5. Introduction Mandatory yellow cards • Check to the head • Checking an opponent’s head or neck • A check to the head happens on accident more often than deliberately • This does not take away that the foul warrants a mandatory yellow card, even if the fouling player is telling you it was an accident Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 6. Introduction Mandatory yellow cards • Dangerous Propelling: • Propelling of the ball in a dangerous or uncontrolled manner, which can be a pass or a shot, without regard to the positions of any field player • Watch for blind shots on goal • Watch for blind ‘panic’ passess when the (unexpierenced) ball carrier is being double or triple teamed • Note that any hard shot taken very near the crease so that the goalie has little or no time to react, and/or the ball is directed at and hits the goalie in the head or neck, may be carded as dangerous propelling • The signal for dangerous propelling and dangerous follow through are the same Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 7. Introduction Mandatory yellow cards • Dangerous Follow Through: • Following through with the stick in a dangerous or oncontrolled manner at any time • If a defender has established their legal defensive position before the shot; this is a dangerous follow through • If the defender moves into the path of the cross/ follow- through, this is not a dangerous follow through • The signal for dangerous propelling and dangerous follow through are the same Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 8. Introduction Mandatory yellow cards • Swipe • A dangerous or uncontrolled swing of the crosse that has potential for serious injury. • A swipe can be called regardless of whether or not contact is made with an opponent(‘s crosse) Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 9. Introduction Penalties for personal misconduct (cards) Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls Yellow card Yellow/red card Red card • Check to the head • Dangerous propelling • Dangerous follow through • Swipe • Other personal misconduct • See yellow card • Intentionally dangerous/unsportsmanli ke misconduct First card for player Second card for player First card for player • 2 min man-down • Player with card can return to game after 2 min penalty • 5 min man-down play • Player cannot return to game after 5 min penalty • 10 min man-down play • Player cannot return to game after 10 min penalty During the time penalties only 5 attacking / 6 defending players (including goalie) are allowed across the retraining lines into the attack/defending area. However, during the draw 3 players are allowed between the restraining lines
  • 10. Introduction Penalties for personal misconduct (cards) • When a goalie receives a yellow warning card: • A second, dressed, goalie may replace the carded goalie. The player closest to the substitution area will serve the time penalty • If there’s no other dressed goalie another player will serve her penalty and the goalie may remain in the field • When a goalie receives a yellow/red or straight red card: • A second, dressed, goalie may replace the carded goalie. The player closest to the substitution area will serve the time penalty • If there’s no other dressed goalie, a 2 min time-out will be taken to enable a team member to put on protective equiptment. The player closest to the substitution area will serve the time penalty Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 11. Introduction Penalties for personal misconduct (cards) • When bench personnel (incl. coach) receives a yellow card: • A player from the offending team who is closest to their substitution area must leave the field • The team must play with one less player on the field for the 2 minutes penalty. Players may substitute. • When bench personnel (incl. coach) receives a yellow/red or straight red card : • The suspended person must leave the field and playing area • A player from the offending team who is closest to their substitution area must leave the field • The team must play with one less player on the field for the 5 or 10 minutes penalty. Players may substitute. Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 12. Introduction Procedure for calling personal misconduct (cards) • Sound the whistle loud and long • Turn to the score table and give a clear Time-Out signal • Identify the player being carded and beckon the player toward you as you move to meet them halfway • Hold the card(s) clearly visible to the player and score table • Give the foul signal if applicable or simply state ‘personal misconduct’ • The head umpire should note down the player’s number on their own score card with a Y or Y/R behind it, so that they know who’s been carded • Award a free position to the player who was fouled. • Wait with restarting play untill the carded player has left the field and you’ve check with your fellow on field umpires that they’re ready to continue Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 13. Introduction Delay of game • Intentionally delaying the (re)start of the game, such as: • Failure to stand when requested by the umpire • Failure to move 4m away for a free position • Failure to follow an umpire’s directions • Intentionally delaying setting up the draw • Any other type of behavior which, in the umpire’s opinion, amounts to delay Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 14. Introduction Persistent minor fouls • Repeated early entries (rule 19.A.2 and 19.A.3) • Repeated restraining line violations (Rule 19.A.16) • Teams that repeatedly waste time returning to the center draw following a goal (Rule 19.A.20) • Any other minor fouls that in an umpire’s opinion occur repeatedly due to lack of skill or to gain an unfair advantage Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls
  • 15. Introduction Penalties for delay of game and other persistent minor fouls • The umpire shall first give a verbal warning and on the next repetition, stop the time and call 'delay of game' and give the correct minor foul penalty • Signal is like you want to show a ‘big fish’ • For the second delay of game or repeated minor, the umpire will penalize or set up this minor as a major violation. Subsequent violations that are "scaled up" will continue to count as major fouls Women's Lacrosse Basic Officiating FOULS video Minor Fouls Major Fouls Misconduct and Warning Cards Execution of Penalties Simultaneous Fouls

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