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OFFICIALS HAND SIGNALS OFFICIAL’S MOTIONS MAJOR FOULS


THREE SECOND RULE IN THE ARC


Three fingers are raised with palm facing out.


Defenders within the 8 meter arc, remain in that area more than 3 seconds unless one is marking an opponent within a stick’s length. The 3-second rule is in effect when the team with the ball crosses over the restraining line into their attacking end of the field. (U15/U13/U11)


ILLEGAL CRADLE


A cradling motion is made pulling their hand close to their face.


Holding, with or without cradling, the head of her crosse in front of her face or her teammate’s face, within the sphere or close to her body, or her teammate’s body, making a legal or safe check impossible.


DANGEROUS SHOT An open palm moving in-and-out in front of their face.


Shooting dangerously or without control at the goalkeeper:


t " EBOHFSPVT TIPU JT CBTFE PO the combination of distance, force and placement.


t " TIPU DBO U CF EJSFDUFE BU UIF goalkeeper’s body, especially her head or neck. Doesn’t apply if she moves into the path of the ball.


t " TIPU NBZ CF VODPOUSPMMFE even if it misses the goal.


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