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Pre-game
In this presentation:
• Good officials’ communication
• On and off ball officiating
• The importance of good positioning
Women's Lacrosse Recertification
video
Crew Communication
Conduct of an Official
Dealing with Confrontation
TIPS & TRICKS
Pre-game
Good officials’ communication
• Make eye contact with other officials regularly
• Use signals, not just to make calls but also to communicate
• Always relay signals to other officials
• Coach other officials: “your whistle!”, “move up field!”
• If a situation is unclear, use an officials’ time out
• Don’t to this too often, it breaks up the flow of the game
• Trust each other
• Especially lead and trail umpires on transition
• New lead focusses on getting to the goal
• New B covers everything going on behind A
Women's Lacrosse Recertification
video
Crew Communication
Conduct of an Official
Dealing with Confrontation
TIPS & TRICKS
Pre-game
On and off ball officiating
• Officials should not watch the player with the ball all the time
• When the ball is on the bench side of the field, the A umpire is the
on ball umpire with support from the B umpire, the C umpire is
the off ball umpire
• When the ball is on the far side of the field, the C umpire is the on
ball umpire, the A and B umpires are the off ball umpires
• The on ball umpire watches the player with the ball, the off ball
umpire(s) watches surrounding players
• The trail umpire is always an off ball umpire when the ball is
crossing the attacking restrainer
Women's Lacrosse Recertification
video
Crew Communication
Conduct of an Official
Dealing with Confrontation
TIPS & TRICKS
Pre-game
On and off ball officiating
• The importance of on and off ball officiating:
• Important to catch:
• Off-ball detaining
• Shooting space
• 3 seconds
• Interference
• By looking off ball, the officials catch the fouls that enrage
players the most and are signals of a game out of control
• Remember: officials are not there to watch the game, but to
ensure the safety of all players and fairness of the game.
Women's Lacrosse Recertification
video
Crew Communication
Conduct of an Official
Dealing with Confrontation
TIPS & TRICKS
Pre-game
The importance of good positioning
• Good positioning is a form of communition with other officials
• Other officials know what to expect, and who looks where
and at what
• Being in the right position means spotting the right fouls at the
right time
• Being in the right position can also help prevent fouls:
• When is a player more likely to commit a foul?
• With the official 3 meters away…
• Or with the official 13 meters away?
• Being in the right position gives the official credibility
Women's Lacrosse Recertification
video
Crew Communication
Conduct of an Official
Dealing with Confrontation
TIPS & TRICKS

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4.2 Tips and tricks - crew communication.pptx

  • 1. Pre-game In this presentation: • Good officials’ communication • On and off ball officiating • The importance of good positioning Women's Lacrosse Recertification video Crew Communication Conduct of an Official Dealing with Confrontation TIPS & TRICKS
  • 2. Pre-game Good officials’ communication • Make eye contact with other officials regularly • Use signals, not just to make calls but also to communicate • Always relay signals to other officials • Coach other officials: “your whistle!”, “move up field!” • If a situation is unclear, use an officials’ time out • Don’t to this too often, it breaks up the flow of the game • Trust each other • Especially lead and trail umpires on transition • New lead focusses on getting to the goal • New B covers everything going on behind A Women's Lacrosse Recertification video Crew Communication Conduct of an Official Dealing with Confrontation TIPS & TRICKS
  • 3. Pre-game On and off ball officiating • Officials should not watch the player with the ball all the time • When the ball is on the bench side of the field, the A umpire is the on ball umpire with support from the B umpire, the C umpire is the off ball umpire • When the ball is on the far side of the field, the C umpire is the on ball umpire, the A and B umpires are the off ball umpires • The on ball umpire watches the player with the ball, the off ball umpire(s) watches surrounding players • The trail umpire is always an off ball umpire when the ball is crossing the attacking restrainer Women's Lacrosse Recertification video Crew Communication Conduct of an Official Dealing with Confrontation TIPS & TRICKS
  • 4. Pre-game On and off ball officiating • The importance of on and off ball officiating: • Important to catch: • Off-ball detaining • Shooting space • 3 seconds • Interference • By looking off ball, the officials catch the fouls that enrage players the most and are signals of a game out of control • Remember: officials are not there to watch the game, but to ensure the safety of all players and fairness of the game. Women's Lacrosse Recertification video Crew Communication Conduct of an Official Dealing with Confrontation TIPS & TRICKS
  • 5. Pre-game The importance of good positioning • Good positioning is a form of communition with other officials • Other officials know what to expect, and who looks where and at what • Being in the right position means spotting the right fouls at the right time • Being in the right position can also help prevent fouls: • When is a player more likely to commit a foul? • With the official 3 meters away… • Or with the official 13 meters away? • Being in the right position gives the official credibility Women's Lacrosse Recertification video Crew Communication Conduct of an Official Dealing with Confrontation TIPS & TRICKS

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