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RESPONSIBILITIES


SIDELINE MANAGER: Each team (home and away) will provide a sideline manager who will attend the coin toss and whose duty shall be to control effectively the actions of spectators not in conformity with the standards of proper conduct.


Ensure all necessary field and sideline equipment is available, working and compliant with rules.


Confirm start times with both teams and officials in advance.


Communicate the safe place to go in case of inclement weather.


Identify trainer or other first aid personnel and procedures for both teams.


BEST PRACTICES


Play should be stopped by the official at any time if a player is exhibiting signs of injury, especially a concussion, cut or dehydration.


Administrators must learn state or program’s concussion policies and ensure coaches and officials know courses of action if a player has suffered a head injury.


PERSPECTIVES


P Make sure your athletes come to games prepared to play with goggles, mouthpiece, and plenty of water and make sure they have eaten a healthy snack.


C Keep all emergency contact information available during games and practices in case of injury.


ADMINISTRATORS


Coaches should have extra uniforms in case a player gets blood on her uniform.


C The home team is responsible for providing a scorer/ timekeeper.


O Officials should check with administrators before games to confirm field and safety details are in place.


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ROLES ADMINISTRATORS


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