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OFFICIALS HAND SIGNALS OFFICIAL’S MOTIONS MAJOR FOULS


BLOCKING/ILLEGAL PICK Open hands on hips moving in an in-and-out motion.


Block opponent by moving into her path and giving no chance to stop or change direction and contact occurs.


Set a moving or stationary pick out of the visual field of the opponent without giving her a change to stop or change direction and contact occurs.


CHECKING INTO/


THROUGH THE SPHERE A chopping motion with the hand close to the head.


It is illegal (and dangerous) for a player to hold her stick within the sphere around the face or throat of an opponent. The sphere is a 7-inch space around the head.


ROUGH CHECK/ILLEGAL


CHECK ON BODY Use the arm to make a large chop motion against the wrist of the opposite arm


Roughly or recklessly check another player’s stick. It is illegal to use the stick in a dangerous or intimidating manner, such as directly poking or waving a stick near opponent’s face, a sweeping check from behind, lowering stick’s head to make stick-to- body contact, or any other action with the stick that the official deems dangerous or intimidating.


HOLDING Bend arm at elbow with hand in a fist and grab the forearm with opposite hand.


Hold an opponent at anytime by holding, detaining, restraining or pushing against her body, clothing, or crosse with an arm, leg, body or crosse.


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