National Umpires SeminarDiscipline Procedures
Disciplinary Procedures1. Record all Green cards on front of match report sheet.2. Record all yellow cards on matc...
Match Report Form
In the case of a red card the captain must be informed which class1or 2, if class 1, the captain must be told that the pla...
What have clubs signed up for ? The Clean Air Act The Code of Conduct.Both available on SHU website.
Umpiring Approaches to Discipline Both players and coaches are looking for one thing from umpires during the season. Tha...
ConsistencyType of infringement Description examples CardTechnical Hittin...
Some points to note…1. Not all technical infringements will require a card.2. For a technical infringement, consider the...
And Finally Remember You are not alone ! The Discipline panel is there to support our Officials If you need support ple...
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National Umpires Seminar 2012 - Discipline Presentation

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. National Umpires SeminarDiscipline Procedures
  • 2. Disciplinary Procedures1. Record all Green cards on front of match report sheet.2. Record all yellow cards on match report sheet.3. Record all class 2 red cards on match report sheet.4. Record all class 1 red cards on match report sheet.5. Record all after match incidents and any other disciplinary matters on the match report sheet.6. For Any Red card or AMI/DMI issued you must contact Ally Dick by phone and Both Ally Dick and Dave Crighton by E-Mail within 24 hours
  • 3. Match Report Form
  • 4. In the case of a red card the captain must be informed which class1or 2, if class 1, the captain must be told that the player is bannedfrom All Hockey until further notice.Ensure the match report form is signed by both captains (orrepresentative) and also sign the discipline report.All Red Cards and all other disciplinary matters should be notified tothe Discipline convenor within 24 hours, preferably immediately afterthe match by phone then send detailed written report within 24hours (e-mail).Remember you have the tools to stopindiscipline in the game.
  • 5. What have clubs signed up for ? The Clean Air Act The Code of Conduct.Both available on SHU website.
  • 6. Umpiring Approaches to Discipline Both players and coaches are looking for one thing from umpires during the season. That is: ConsistencyAreas of concern are :Lifted/Aerial Ball, Breakdown Tackles, Not retreating 5 metres and issue of cards.
  • 7. ConsistencyType of infringement Description examples CardTechnical Hitting ball away Not retreating 5 metres Abusive/foul language 5 min 10 min Using stick above shoulder (breakdown) Deliberate foot Sliding (not dangerous) Clumsy tackle (not dangerous) Time wasting (incl. PC)Physical/break Bad/dangerous tackledown Tackle that grounds a player Dangerous use of stick or body Deliberate breakdown of play (incl. out of defence) 10 min Deliberate technical foul that denies a goal scoring opportunityNasty maliciousbreakdown withintention toinjure
  • 8. Some points to note…1. Not all technical infringements will require a card.2. For a technical infringement, consider the green card first, assuming the foul does not stop a goal scoring opportunity. For a repeat (by the same player), then the yellow card should be shown. An additional repeat (by the same player) then a 10 min yellow is appropriate. ‘New offenders’ should receive either a 5 minute yellow.3. For physical/breakdown plays, then the yellow should be shown (10 min). A repeat (by the same player) should be ared card.4. If any player who has been awarded a Yellow card commits a second yellow card offence a red card should be awarded
  • 9. And Finally Remember You are not alone ! The Discipline panel is there to support our Officials If you need support please contact either myself or any other member of umpiring committeeAnd Lastly Enjoy your season !!!!!!

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