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    • 1. Module #2 The Game Penalties/Fouls 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 1
    • 2. Penalties/Fouls  The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) men’s field lacrosse rulebook is the same as the FIL rule book for men’s field lacrosse, with a few minor but important adjustments.  It should be consulted often. There is no substitute for an in-depth knowledge of the rules, and their application  All fouls are defined and often have “approved rulings” (A/R’s) that help to interpret the rule. A/R’s carry the same weight as a rule 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 2
    • 3. Penalties/Fouls  There are three types of fouls (penalties) 1. Technical Fouls 2. Personal Fouls 3. Expulsion Fouls 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 3
    • 4. Penalties/Fouls Technical Fouls 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 4
    • 5. Penalties/Fouls  Technical Fouls Foul Served  Are those fouls of a Status of the Ball Through a: less serious nature  The foul can be Offending team in Loss of served either by possession of the Possession  Serving a 30 second ball penalty Offended team in 30 second Or By possession of the time served ball foul  Awarding possession to the non offending Possession team Loose Ball to offended team 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 5
    • 6. Penalties/Fouls Technical Fouls All technical fouls to the team that gets scored on cancel, including those serving and those about to be called on a slow whistle (delayed penalty) Simultaneous technical fouls cancel. The team that had possession at the time of the first foul maintains possession. If the ball was loose at that time of the first foul, have a draw 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 6
    • 7. Questions  Give an example where a team would serve a 30 second penalty for committing a technical foul.  Red is attacking the goal and Blue goes offside. A flag is thrown but then Red steps in the crease. What is the call and who starts with the ball? 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 7
    • 8. Answers  Any time that a team commits a technical foul when the other team has the ball they must serve a 30 Sec. technical foul. Ex. Blue player is pushed from behind with the ball in his stick. Red has the ball and Blue goes offside.  The whistle is blown immediately. The technical fouls cancel because they are simultaneous and Red would retain the ball. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 8
    • 9. Penalties/Fouls Interference – Rule 52 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 9
    • 10. Penalties/Fouls Interference – Rule 52 Cannot check more than 9’ off a loose ball Cannot interfere with a defender checking the ball carrier – i.e “Moving Picks” Cannot guard so closely as to prevent free movement of an opponent without the ball. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 10
    • 11. Penalties/Fouls Push–Rule 53 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 11
    • 12. Penalties/Fouls  Push – Rule 53  Cannot push from the rear with either the stick or body  You are able to hold a player off with equal pressure by using the forearm or the hands closed together on the stick. You cannot push the player out. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 12
    • 13. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Pick – Rule 54 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 13
    • 14. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Pick – Rule 54 Must be stationary and motionless at the point of contact. No swaying Cannot occupy more space that the player’s normal shoulder width. No extending arms, legs or butt If extending the stick, the player must let the player move through the stick. No holding with the stick Cannot guard so closely as to prevent free movement of a non ball carrier – Ride only 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 14
    • 15. Questions  Red player knocks the stick out of the hand of a Blue player when the ball is on the far side of the field. What’s the call?  Blue defender tries to follow his check but a Red player impedes him but the Red player’s feet are moving. What’s the call? 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 15
    • 16. Answers  Technical foul for Interference. It is a time served penalty if Blue had possession of the ball at the time.  Technical foul for an Illegal Pick. Blue would get the ball. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 16
    • 17. Penalties/Fouls Holding - Rule 55 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 17
    • 18. Penalties/Fouls  Holding – Rule 55  Cannot hold a player or his crosse  Cannot step on an opponent’s crosse or their foot  Watch for contact made with the free arm – (i.e. Hand on the back when making a check) 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 18
    • 19. Penalties/Fouls  Holding – Rule 55  Cannot hook an opponent with the stick  Able to hold a player with equal pressure (i.e. an offensive player is backing into a defender.)  The defender can hold his position, but cannot push the player away from himself 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 19
    • 20. Penalties/Fouls  Cross Check Hold – Rule 55.2  Cannot hold an opponent or his crosse with the shaft of the stick between the player’s hands E-Lacrosse.com 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 20
    • 21. Penalties/Fouls Kicking the Crosse – Rule 56 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 21
    • 22. Penalties/Fouls Kicking the Crosse – Rule 56 Cannot deliberately kick, or step on an opponents crosse Cannot kick through your own crosse to make contact with the opponents crosse. This is generally seen on draws, but applies all over the field. Watch for players fighting for a ball. If a players foot inadvertently makes contact with his opponents crosse, this is not a foul 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 22
    • 23. Penalties/Fouls Handling the Ball Rule 57 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 23
    • 24. Penalties/Fouls Handling the Ball – Rule 57 Also referred to as Illegally Touching the Ball A player may not touch the ball with their hands, except for the Designated Goalkeeper in his crease A ball bouncing off a player’s glove is not a foul, unless they attempted to direct the ball to gain an advantage 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 24
    • 25. Penalties/Fouls With-Holding the Ball From Play - Rule 58 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 25
    • 26. Penalties/Fouls  With-Holding The Ball From Play – Rule 58  Cannot withhold the ball from play in any manner including: Laying on a loose ball on the ground Trapping a ball on the ground with their stick longer than is necessary to control the ball and to pick it up. Should be picked up in one continuous motion Holding the ball in close proximity to prevent the dislodgement of the ball 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 26
    • 27. Penalties/Fouls  With-Holding The Ball From Play – Rule 58  Cannot withhold the ball from play in any manner including: A player with possession cannot grasp any portion of the head of their stick with their hand for the purpose of withholding the ball Watch for players thumbing the ball Remember, the goalkeeper can trap the ball in the crease (Subject to the 4 second count), but cannot trap outside the crease  clamp down on opposing drawman’s hands or stick 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 27
    • 28. What’s the Call  Blue defender puts his hand on the back of the Red player he is guarding while reaching around with his stick to check the ball.  The ball hits the Red player’s glove before going in the Blue net. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 28
    • 29. Answers  30 second Technical foul for holding.  If there was no intent to guide or direct the ball, it is a goal. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 29
    • 30. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Actions With The Crosse - Rule 59 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 30
    • 31. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Actions with the Crosse–Rule 59 Cannot throw the crosse under any circumstances Cannot take part in play without a crosse Cannot exchange a crosse with someone off the field except through the gate, A broken crosse is considered no crosse 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 31
    • 32. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Actions By Team Officials - Rule 59 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 32
    • 33. Penalties/Fouls  Illegal Actions By Team Officials–Rule 60 Applies to all non playing personnel Cannot enter the field, except during team time-outs and between periods, The coach or training staff may attend to an injured player only when called on by an official Using artificial aids for communication Must stay in the coaches walk and not enter the substitution or scorers area. Cannot go past the restraining line 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 33
    • 34. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 34
    • 35. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Procedure - Rule 61 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 35
    • 36. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Procedure – Rule 61 This is a catch all penalty that covers a wide area of the rules. If you are unsure of what to classify a a technical penalty as, use this foul 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 36
    • 37. Penalties/Fouls  Illegal Procedure – Rule 61 Illegal Substitution The substitute enters the field before the man he is replacing has left the field of play Entering the field before the penalty time has expired  If the Player’s fault, player serves unexpired time plus additional 30 seconds  If the Timekeeper’s fault, player serves only the unexpired penalty time 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 37
    • 38. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Procedure – Rule 61 Illegal Substitution on penalty (cont.) If the offended team scores, the goal counts, and any unexpired time is wiped out. If the offending team scores, the goal is disallowed. The Player serves unexpired time and an additional 30 seconds 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 38
    • 39. Penalties/Fouls  Illegal Procedure – Rule 61 Delay of Game A player who deliberately bats, kicks or throws the ball away (can also be unsportsmanlike conduct) A team who is not ready to restart play after a time out, or to begin a period A team who is not ready to restart play 30 seconds after the scoring of a goal A team who is not ready to restart after a foul is called, an out-of-bounds stoppage or for an equipment adjustment All “Team” fouls are served by the In-home 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 39
    • 40. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Procedure – Rule 61 Too Many Long Sticks – Rule 45.6 A team cannot have more than 4 long sticks in the game while the ball is live. The “Head Coach” can “request” a long stick count, at any time during the game. If number of sticks is 4 or less, there is no foul to the coach who requested the stick count. For every subsequent request for a stick count that is found to be legal then a technical foul will be assessed 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 40
    • 41. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Procedure – Rule 61 Participating in play while out of bounds Not having the required number of players in the designated areas at a center face off Leaving the attack goal area (restraint area) prior to possession Failure to give 10 yards on face offs in other parts of the field Failure to give 5 yards on any free play Any crease violation 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 41
    • 42. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Procedure – Rule 61 Any illegal substitution Any call for a time out when either they are not entitled, or do not have any left Too many men on the field Players illegally in the coaches walk, or more than 4 coaches in the coaches walk 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 42
    • 43. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Procedure – Rule 61  Playing without a stick  Warding off with a free arm  More than 4 long sticks on the field at any time when the ball is live 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 43
    • 44. What’s the Call  A Blue long stick defender gets a time serve penalty and starts to run off when he turns and throws his stick to a midfielder.  A Red player comes off the field through the coaches walk before his replacement enters the field. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 44
    • 45. Answers  Technical foul for Illegal Action with the Crosse. An additional 30 second penalty is imposed.  Technical foul for Illegal Substitution. Change of possession or 30 second Technical Foul depending on who had the ball. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 45
    • 46. Penalties/Fouls Stalling – Rule 62 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 46
    • 47. Penalties/Fouls Stalling – Rule 62 Can, and should be called at any point in the game where it is obvious that a team is not making a reasonable effort to attack their opponents goal Can be called anywhere on the field A team who is short handed due to penalties cannot be guilty of stalling A team who holds the ball in their attack goal area cannot be guilty of stalling 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 47
    • 48. Penalties/Fouls Stalling – Rule 62 Warning repeated when: - Dead ball situation - Attacking team recovers a loose ball - Attacking team is illegally forced out of zone - Defender deflects ball out of zone, attacker recovers 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 48
    • 49. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Crosse - Rule 63 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 49
    • 50. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Crosse - Rule 63  Includes strings hanging longer than two inches, and multi coloured mesh  Request for a stick check must be made by the opposition. Referees do not initiate this call  First offence – technical foul – player adjusts the stick until it conforms to the rules  Second offence same player – Technical Foul – and the stick is removed to the timers bench. It does not have to be the same stick as the first call  Do not use this for trick stringing or trick construction 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 50
    • 51. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Crosse - Rule 63 Deep Pocket First offence – Technical Foul Second offence same player – Technical Foul – and the stick is removed to the timers bench. It does not have to be the same stick as the first call 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 51
    • 52. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Equipment - Rule 64 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 52
    • 53. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Equipment - Rule 64  Any equipment that does not conform to the rules as outlined in the book (i.e. illegal gloves, illegal helmet or facemask, duplicate jersey numbers)  First offence – no foul – player adjusts the equipment until it conforms to the rules  Second offence same player – Technical Foul It does not have to be the same equipment as the first call 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 53
    • 54. Penalties/Fouls CLA Only  Failure to wear shoulder pads, mouth guard or cup  First offence –the player is given a 1 minute Unsportsmanlike Conduct Penalty  Second offence to the same player – Banished from the game with no further penalty to the team. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 54
    • 55. What’s the Call?  Red player has his chinstrap undone. He has the ball is being closely checked by a defender.  Blue player is playing without a mouthguard. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 55
    • 56. Answers  If it is the first time that he has had any regular illegal equipment he receives a warning. If it is the second time it is a technical foul.  If it is the first time he receives a 1 minute Unsportsmanlike Conduct penalty. If it is the second time he is banished from the game. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 56
    • 57. Penalties/Fouls Offside - Rule 65 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 57
    • 58. Penalties/Fouls Offside - Rule 65  Must maintain 4 men in the defensive half and 3 men in the offensive half at all times  In a short handed situation, a team can elect to bring a man up to the wing line for a faceoff, but the team must remain onside at all times  If a team has more than 3 men in the penalty box, their defensive half must be short handed (i.e only 2 defense and a goalie)  If a goal is scored, and both teams are offside – No goal – draw 20 yards from the cage 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 58
    • 59. Penalties/Fouls Thrusting The Crosse In The Face of An Opponent –Rule 66 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 59
    • 60. Penalties/Fouls Thrusting Crosse at the Face of an Opponent - Rule 66 Cannot push, thrust or flick the stick at an opponents face or head. Used often by attack players trying to screen the goalies, or long sticks trying to interfere with the man they are covering 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 60
    • 61. Penalties/Fouls Avoidable Lateness – Rule 67 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 61
    • 62. Penalties/Fouls Avoidable Lateness - Rule 67 Where a team is not ready to start at the appointed time (start of the game, beginning of a quarter) Other team to start the game with the ball at center. If a time-served penalty is to be served, the In-home shall serve it If there is a dispute, the visiting team is to come out of the dressing room first 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 62
    • 63. Penalties/Fouls Grasping Head Of Stick – Ball In Stick Rule 58.3 Intent is to penalize players with- holding ball from play Not to be applied for merely adjusting head of stick 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 63
    • 64. Penalties/Fouls Personal Fouls 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 64
    • 65. Penalties/Fouls Personal Fouls Penalties of a more serious nature Penalties are always time served Can be of 1, 2, or 3 minutes in length depending on the severity of the infraction Personal Fouls are not released by a goal. The penalized player must serve the complete penalty 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 65
    • 66. Penalties/Fouls Personal Fouls Players who accumulate 5 Personal Fouls “foul out”, and cannot take any further part in the game Don’t confuse with 5 minutes of penalty time Fouling out is not the same as an expulsion The offended team shall get possession at center if the foul occurred: Prior to the start of the game After the scoring of a goal After a quarter or overtime period ends 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 66
    • 67. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Body Check Rule 70 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 67
    • 68. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Body Check – Rule 70 Must make contact from the front, and between the shoulders and hips If the defensive player turns after the checker was committed, then no foul Cannot check a player while he is lying on the ground, or who is down on one or both knees Blocking an opponent with their head (spearing with the helmet) – Head-butting 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 68
    • 69. Penalties/Fouls Illegal Body Check – Rule 70 Cannot body check a player who is not in possession of the ball or is not within 9 feet of a loose ball Watch for hip checks – Illegal – Make sure the offensive player did not jump to make would have been a legal check, illegal Must have two hands on the stick to check if using the arms as part of the check – i.e the forearm 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 69
    • 70. What’s the Call?  A player has three one minute personal fouls and a two minute personal foul. The opposing coach says he should be out of the game for having 5 minutes of penalty time.  While a Blue player is down on one knee trying to pick up the ball he is body checked by a Red player. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 70
    • 71. Answers  The player is removed from the game after 5 personal fouls not 5 minutes of penalty time.  A minimum one minute personal foul for Illegal Body Check is assessed. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 71
    • 72. Penalties/Fouls Slashing – Rule 71 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 72
    • 73. Penalties/Fouls Slashing – Rule 71 Any swing with “deliberate viciousness and reckless abandon”. The stick must be in control at all times The stick does not have to make contact to be considered a slash The hands are considered part of the stick and can be checked Must be a definite blow – mere contact is not a slash – “Brush” 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 73
    • 74. Penalties/Fouls Slashing – Rule 71 Stick-check can either be a slap or poke Watch that the checker does not follow though into the opposing player’s mid- section like a “spear” The defensive player can block an opposing player’s stick, but cannot ward off Follow-through of a shot is a legal play – no slash Watch for checks up around the head or neck 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 74
    • 75. Penalties/Fouls Cross-Checking – Rule 72 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 75
    • 76. Penalties/Fouls Cross-Checking – Rule 72 Cannot check the opposing player with any part of the stick between the hands Cannot thrust or extend the stick between the hands to make the check Watch and make sure that players are not leading or punching the opposing player with the hands closed 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 76
    • 77. Penalties/Fouls  Cross Check – Rule 72 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 77
    • 78. Penalties/Fouls Tripping- Rule 73 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 78
    • 79. Penalties/Fouls Tripping- Rule 73 A player shall not “intentionally” trip an opponent with his crosse or body The offended player does not have to fall down in order for it to be a trip Just because a player trips over a stick does not make it a foul. There had to be some sort of intent to gain an advantage 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 79
    • 80. Penalties/Fouls Unnecessary Roughness Rule 74 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 80
    • 81. Penalties/Fouls Unnecessary Roughness – Rule 74 Any avoidable and intentional act which is “excessively” violent Deliberately running through a pick or screen Excessively violent pushing or holding This is a good “catch all” for when you do not need to call a fight (an expulsion) Use 2-3 minute penalties accordingly 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 81
    • 82. Penalties/Fouls Unsportsmanlike Conduct - Rule 75 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 82
    • 83. Penalties/Fouls Unsportsmanlike Conduct – Rule 75 No player or team official shall Enter into an argument with an official Attempt to influence the decision of an official Use threatening or profane or obscene language Commit any act that the referee deems as unsportsmanlike Repeatedly commit the same technical foul 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 83
    • 84. Penalties/Fouls Unsportsmanlike Conduct – Rule 75  No player shall use a stick of trick construction or stringing Sticks too long or short Sticks that have been altered from the manufacturers’ original specifications (i.e shaved walls, pinched heads, double backstops Automatic 3 minute penalty, and the stick is removed to the scorer’s bench for the remainder of the game 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 84
    • 85. Penalties/Fouls Unsportsmanlike Conduct – Rule75 Use 2-3 minute penalties accordingly Any player who, after being called for an unsportsmanlike foul, continues to act in an unsportsmanlike manner can be banished. This is not an expulsion foul and there is no further penalty. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 85
    • 86. What’s the Call?  A Blue player is going for a ground ball and boxes out the Red defender. The Red player runs over the Blue player from behind.  A Blue attackman takes a shot, misses the net and loudly utters a swear word. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 86
    • 87. Answers  A minimum one minute penalty for Unnecessary Roughness should be assessed  A minimum one minute penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct should be imposed. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 87
    • 88. Penalties/Fouls Expulsion Foul Rule 77 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 88
    • 89. Penalties/Fouls  Expulsion Fouls – Rule 77  Six Instances for an Expulsion  Fighting  Intent to Injure  Players or team personnel who leave the bench to join in a fight  Any player who is the “third” man into a fight  Refusal to accept the authority of the official or the use of foul or abusive language  Foul and abusive language” ‘can/may/does’ include racial and sexually abusive or derogatory language.”  In all of the above scenarios you may assess an expulsion foul. It is not automatic. 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 89
    • 90. Penalties/Fouls Expulsion Fouls – Rule 77 Players are suspended for the remainder of the game A substitute (generally the In-home & others if necessary) serves 3 minutes A Special Incident Report is to be filed with the appropriate authorities Do not discuss any possible suspension scenarios with the player, or any team officials 2010 Module #2b The Game - CLA 90