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THE GUIDE TERMS PENALTY ADMINISTRATION


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


ALTERNATE POSSESSION: when offsetting fouls occur (major or minor). See Rule 5, Section 20.


CARDS: used by officials to issue penalties to a player, team or coach for delay of game, misconduct and repeated, flagrant or dangerous fouls.


GREEN CARD: given as a team caution for delay of game. The initial green card will be recorded in the score book against the offending team. The next offense results in a green/yellow card to the offending player who must leave the field and serve a 2 minute penalty, no substitute (U15/U13 only). Subsequent delay of game offenses will result in a yellow card for misconduct and included in the team card count. A substitute must take the place of a carded U9/U11 player.


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 field. 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 flagrant 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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