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Level 1-2 clinic

Level 1-2 clinic
Module #3 - The Game, 2 Man Mechanics

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L1 2 Mod 3 Game Mechanics L1 2 Mod 3 Game Mechanics Presentation Transcript

  • Level 1-2 Field Lacrosse Referee Clinic 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 1 Module #3 - CLA
  • Module #3 Game Mechanics and Positioning 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 2 Module #3 - CLA
  • What We Will Cover In This Module Referee Signals & Communication Field Positioning & Mechanics 2 Man System 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 3 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication  Communication amongst the referees, the benches, and the players is vital to a well officiated game  Done properly, all participants, including the fans, will understand what is going on at any point in the game  Referee decisions should virtually be capable of being understood from the use of hand signals alone  Signals must be learned to the point, where they become automatic 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 4 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication  Signals should be animated, with the hands held high  When making signals, move to open space so that you can be seen. Pause, and then make the call, both audibly and visually  The other referee(s) need to see the call, so that if queried, they can respond intelligently  Coaches, players and your partner react to your signals, so they must be clear & accurate. Make sure you point in the same direction as to the colour you are calling 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 5 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication Personal Foul Penalty Call E-Lacrosse.com 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 6 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication  Standardized way of reporting fouls: 1. Notify the offending player of his foul 2. Get in the open and notify the bench the A. Team colour B. Number of the player committing the foul C. Type and signal for the foul D. Duration of the penalty 3. Repeat the foul to the bench or your partner if you are the lead official 4. Other ref get ball ready for restart 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 7 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication 3 Types of Signals Procedural Signals Personal Foul Signals – Covered elsewhere Technical Foul Signals – Covered elsewhere 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 8 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication Procedural Signals Goal No Goal Face-Off Possession Time Out Direction of Play Loose Ball Simultaneous Fouls 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 9 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication Procedural Signals 4 Second Count Play On Crease Re-Entry 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 10 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication  Scoring of a Goal  The lead official blows their whistle  Moves to the edge of the crease, and holds their arms straight up E-Lacrosse.com 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 11 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication Crease Possession Count (4 Seconds) The lead official begins to count audibly and visually when a defensive player has possession in the crease No Goal Blow the whistle Move immediately to the crease Wave off the goal – and audibly shout “No Goal” Indicate reason 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 12 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication Goal – flag down on Technical Penalty - signal goal - signal infraction and wipe-out - signal goal again 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 13 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication  Starting Play The referee who will start play holds their arm straight up in the air to signal they are to start play. Blow your whistle when ready to start play. 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 14 Module #3 - CLA
  • Referee Signals & Communication  Direction of Play  Once the “on” referee identifies the direction of play, he shouts the colour who will get possession of the ball  Other referees point in the direction play will go until play is whistled in  Possession  On a draw, once a team has gained possession, the draw referee, then other referees signal audibly and visually – Possession (not colour) 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 15 Module #3 - CLA
  • Positioning & Field Mechanics Proper field positioning is essential: It gives the referee the best opportunity to make the correct call Rules will be enforced more effectively There will be less opportunity for coaches, players or fans to complain about calls, or non calls 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 16 Module #3 - CLA
  • Positioning & Field Mechanics In order to make the correct call, you have to be in the right place, at the right time. These mechanics if followed, will give you that opportunity. 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 17 Module #3 - CLA
  • Positioning & Field Mechanics Two Man Mechanics Used for most lacrosse games in Canada Head Referee, generally the senior referee is in charge, & makes any final decisions Each referee will work on opposite sides of the field. Each is responsible for the goal to their Left Head Referee will start the game by taking the opening face off, and work the far side of the field for the first two quarters. He works Bench Side for the final two quarters 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 18 Module #3 - CLA
  • Trail vs. Lead If the Ball is in this end, then If the Ball is in this end, then R2 is the Trail Referee: R2 is the Lead Referee: R2 R2 X R1 R1 If the Ball is in this end, then If the Ball is in this end, then R1 is the Lead Referee: R1 is the Trail Referee: HHHH HH V VV V V V HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 19 Module #3 - CLA
  • Normal Pattern of Running R2 R2 R2: R1 Do not turn your back to the ball R1 R1: Run looking over your shoulder Move at the speed of the ball or even better – run backwards on the clear Always be aware of the ball Stay level with the ball position. carrier H HHHHH V V V V VV HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 20 Module #3 - CLA
  • Normal Movement Running Normal Pattern of R2: 1)Covers Goal to the Left 2) Covers sideline 3) Covers ball movement toward center 4) Covers goal if Lead goes to end line R2 R1: R1 1) Covers goal to the Left 2) Covers end line 3) Covers sideline H HHHHH V V V V VV HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 21 Module #3 - CLA
  • Center Face off R1: R2: Checks drawmen are H V Checks all players in onside position while holding Looks to partner for all arms up H clear H R2 Points along restraining Starts the draw V V line when players are Play moves this way ready H H H H V V V V H H V V R1 H V H HHHHH V V V V VV HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 22 Module #3 - CLA
  • Center Face off R1: Checks drawmen are H V onside Looks to partner for all H clear H R2 Starts the draw V V Play moves this way H H H H V V V V H R2: R1 H V Checks all players in V position while holding arms up Points along restraining H V line when players are ready H HHHHH V V V V VV HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 23 Module #3 - CLA
  • Man-down Center Draw R2: H V Makes mental note R2 H which side is short- V handed in case he H goes “off ball.” V R2 H H H V H V V V R1 R1 Moves closer to H H centre line to V R1 Red moves a player up check for offsides to take part in the draw H V during the draw H HHHHH V V V V V VV HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 24 Module #3 - CLA
  • Draw in other parts of field HV H R2: Draw Here V Checks defender has his back V to his goalkeeper V V H Checks with partner to see H H players in position – 10 yards away R2 from the draw V H R2 Moves back to Starts the draw H V Moves back to his position here after the draw H H V V V H R1: Moves in to assist players giving 10 yards Moves back to position R1 Prepared to cover net on a quick shot HHHH HH V VV V V V HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 25 Module #3 - CLA
  • Goal Coverage R2 works just above the restraining line. When off the ball, watches the top of the crease and all other areas of the field. V V H R2 Must be ready to become the H H V “new” lead. Anticipate the play moving to the other end H H V V V V H R1 works on a string moving in H and out to keep play in front of V him. H H V H You need to be close enough to V the crease to get the close crease calls, but not too close that you R1 can’t see the “whole picture” H HHHHH V V V V VV HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 26 Module #3 - CLA
  • Goal Scored Trail 1) Move in slightly toward goal 2) Watch for late hits, other infractions 3) Move to restraining line directly above the goal 4) Receive ball 5) Insure players are settled 6) Mark scorecard 7) Start the draw Lead: 1) Blow whistle 2) Signal goal scored 3) Retrieve ball 4) Ball to partner at top of area 5) Move to wing line position 6) Relate goal to bench 7) Check players are settled 8) Mark scorecard H HHHHH V V V V VV HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 27 Module #3 - CLA
  • On and Off The Ball “ON” official must “OFF” official is call shot so his responsible for partner is aware. everything else on the field. H R2 V V V Blue passes it across the transition zone to another R1 Blue player. R2 now H becomes the “On” Referee “ON” official stays with the ball until it is completely H HHHHH V V V V VV through ‘transition zone.’ HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 28 Module #3 - CLA
  • Fast Break R2 settles in as the trail R2 must get to the center after checking offsides line quickly to look for and the benches any off sides R2 R2 Red Fast Breaks Up the Field R1 R1 R1 must avoid getting beat to the goal on the fast break to look for a goal H HHHHH V V V V VV HOME VISITOR 2009 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 29 Module #3 - CLA
  • Questions  Describe the duties of the “ON” official.  Describe the duties of the “OFF” official  Who takes the opening face-off of the game?  In the 2nd half, what side of the field does the head referee work? February 2007 Game Mechanics & Positioning Slide 30 Module #3 - CLA