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ROLES OFFICIAL SCORER


The official scorer will be from the home team and will sit at the scorer/ timer’s table opposite the center circle. The official scorer will ensure the table is manned and will be responsible for the following:


Record the starting lineups of both teams in the score book 10 minutes prior to the game and make sure the jersey numbers of the players on the field correspond to the numbers in the book. A roster with names and numbers of all players must be at the score table prior to the start of the game.


Keep an accurate record of the goals scored in the official home team score book. It is a good practice for the visitors to have a scorer and book at the table.


Display continuously an accurate score, for the players, coaches and officials.


Notify an official on first ensuing stoppage if there has been an illegal substitution.


Record any cards next to the player or coach’s name in the score book: delay of game (green-”g”, green/yellow-”gy”); warning (yellow- ”y”); ejection (red “r”).


Notify an official immediately when a second warning (card) is given to the same player.


Record the delay of game suspensions including the time on the game clock when a player is suspended.


Record the time on the game clock when a player is given a yellow or red card.


Notify an official immediately if a team receives a fourth card. Notify the official when a 10 goal differential exists. Record time outs taken by each team.


A visible possession indicator is required. This may be a small cone or other object moved from side to side on the scorer’s table to indicate possession.


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