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OFFICIAL HAND SIGNALS DIAGRAM OFFICIAL’S MOTIONS TECHNICAL FOULS


The penalty for a technical foul is either:


TECHNICAL FOULS Technical fouls are fouls of a less serious nature and include all violations of the rules except those listed as personal or ejection fouls. Signal only if time being served. Arms placed in a “Tee” formation at chest level.


• 30 second releasable penalty after fl ag-down, slow- whistle if fouled team had possession at the time


• Possession awarded to fouled team after play-on ended if it wasn’t in possession of the ball


• If ball remains loose, fouled team awarded ball at spot of infraction


CREASE VIOLATIONS Sweeping motion of the arm towards the crease


Usually from stepping into the crease while on offense.


HOLDING


Grasping a wrist with the opposite hand and using a vertical pumping motion


CONDUCT FOUL One arm held extended from body at shoulder height


Numerous violations which include holding an opponent with a free hand and holding the body of an opponent with a stick.


Aggressively argue or make gestures about a decision by an offi cial or commit other act considered misconduct by the offi cial.


INTERFERENCE Hands crossed over the chest


Violations include impeding a player running through the attack area and contact not within 3 yards of a loose ball.


A player shall not interfere in any manner with the free movement of an opponent when his team has possession.


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