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THE GUIDE TERMS PENALTY ADMINISTRATION


SLOW WHISTLE: a held whistle, with a fl ag raised, when the defense commits a major foul and the attack has entered the critical scoring area and is engaged in a scoring play.


THROW: occurs when there are off- setting fouls. Two players stand next to each other (each standing closest to the goal their team is defending) and the offi cial tosses the ball between them to get possession.


CARDS: used by offi cials to issue penalties to a player, team or coach for delay of game, misconduct and repeated, fl agrant or dangerous fouls.


GREEN CARD: given as a team caution for delay of game. The green card will be recorded in the score book against the offending team. The next offense results in a green/yellow card presented to the offending player, major foul, the player may remain in the game. Subsequent delay of game offenses result in a green/red card, major foul, to the offending player who must leave the fi eld and enter the penalty area for 2 minutes of elapsed playing time and a substitute must take her place.


YELLOW CARD: given as a warning to both teams, an offending


player, coach or team personnel. An offender is suspended for 2 minutes of elapsed playing time and serves this time in the penalty area. A substitute may not take her place, and the team must play short at both ends of the fi eld. A second yellow card to the same individual will result in her ejection from the game. A substitute must take the place of a carded U9/U11 player.


RED CARD: given as an ejection to an offending player, coach or team personnel for persistent or fl agrant violation of the rules. Anyone receiving a red card is prohibited from participating in the team’s next game. The offending player must serve 4 minutes of elapsed playing time in the penalty area. A substitute must take the place of a carded U9/U11 player.


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