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Play of the Game
Basic Positioning
Basic Procedures
In this presentation:
• Face off
• Out of bounds
• Restarting play after a penalty
• Calling a time out
• Over and back
• Goals
Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating
BASICS
presentation
Play of the Game
Basic Positioning
Basic Procedures
Face off
• Face off to start play after a goal or at the beginning of most
quarters
• Face offs have to be quick
• Officials have to be quick to start
• Players too
• Maximum time between goal and face off is 30 seconds
• Penalize a team taking too long to set up
• Delay of game, technical foul, other team gets the ball
Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating
BASICS
presentation
Play of the Game
Basic Positioning
Basic Procedures
Face off
• How to set up a face off:
• Nothing touching the ball or midline
• Crossess parallel to midline
• Crosse head straight up, not leaning towards the ball
• Gloves touching the ground, wrapping the crosse
• Entire body left of the plastic (head of the crosse)
• There are more details, but these are the basics for a starting
official
• For more details, read up on rule 34
Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating
BASICS
presentation
Play of the Game
Basic Positioning
Basic Procedures
Face off
• Face off procedure:
• Referee that is conducting the face off stands over the ball
• When the other on field officials signal that they are ready for
play by pointing their arm toward the wing lines
• Referee moves off the ball with his back toward the
team bench areas
• Referee instructs players to go down, by saying “down”
• Players set up correctly
• If not set up correctly : one warning to set up
correctly, by instructing both players
• If still not set up correctly: illegal procedure, award
ball to other team
Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating
BASICS
presentation
Play of the Game
Basic Positioning
Basic Procedures
Face off
• Face off procedure:
• After players have set up correctly, referee will say “set”
• Players can no longer move the stick or hands
• Other body parts may move as long as it does not affect
hand or stick position
• Official should not move any more either
• If a player moves:
• No whistle, since play is not live yet
• Tell players to get up, explain the penalty
• Call illegal procedure, award ball to other team
• Start play by blowing the whistle
Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating
BASICS
presentation
Play of the Game
Basic Positioning
Basic Procedures
Face off
• Face off procedure:
• After players have correctly set up and not moved after set,
the referee will blow the whistle
• Players can go on the whistle
• Wing players can cross the wing line on the whistle
• Players behind the restraining line have to wait for
possession or free ball call before their can cross the
restraining line
• The referees’ whistle should come quickly after “set”
• The referee should not make any other signal except for
blowing the whistle
Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating
BASICS

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Mlbo bproc

  • 1. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures In this presentation: • Face off • Out of bounds • Restarting play after a penalty • Calling a time out • Over and back • Goals Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 2. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Face off • Face off to start play after a goal or at the beginning of most quarters • Face offs have to be quick • Officials have to be quick to start • Players too • Maximum time between goal and face off is 30 seconds • Penalize a team taking too long to set up • Delay of game, technical foul, other team gets the ball Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 3. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Face off • How to set up a face off: • Nothing touching the ball or midline • Crossess parallel to midline • Crosse head straight up, not leaning towards the ball • Gloves touching the ground, wrapping the crosse • Entire body left of the plastic (head of the crosse) • There are more details, but these are the basics for a starting official • For more details, read up on rule 34 Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 4. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Face off • Face off procedure: • Referee that is conducting the face off stands over the ball • When the other on field officials signal that they are ready for play by pointing their arm toward the wing lines • Referee moves off the ball with his back toward the team bench areas • Referee instructs players to go down, by saying “down” • Players set up correctly • If not set up correctly : one warning to set up correctly, by instructing both players • If still not set up correctly: illegal procedure, award ball to other team Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 5. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Face off • Face off procedure: • After players have set up correctly, referee will say “set” • Players can no longer move the stick or hands • Other body parts may move as long as it does not affect hand or stick position • Official should not move any more either • If a player moves: • No whistle, since play is not live yet • Tell players to get up, explain the penalty • Call illegal procedure, award ball to other team • Start play by blowing the whistle Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 6. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Face off • Face off procedure: • After players have correctly set up and not moved after set, the referee will blow the whistle • Players can go on the whistle • Wing players can cross the wing line on the whistle • Players behind the restraining line have to wait for possession or free ball call before their can cross the restraining line • The referees’ whistle should come quickly after “set” • The referee should not make any other signal except for blowing the whistle Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 7. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Face off • Face off procedure: • After the whistle, the face off players can scrimmage for possession of the ball • As long as the ball is in between the face off players, no other player may touch them or their sticks • Once the ball has moved out from in between the players, normal rules apply • Body checking players who are down in face off position is very dangerous and should be penalized with a 2 or 3 minute personal foul for an illegal bodycheck Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 8. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Face off • Face off procedure: • Referee positioning summary: • Before the face off: stands over the ball • Steps out with back towards bench side • Stradles the midline, one foot on each field half • Says (does not yell) “down”, puts whistle in mouth • Says (does not yell) “set”, no longer moves • Blows the whistle Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 9. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Face off • Procedure after face off whistle: • If a player gains possession of the ball, all on field referees signal and call possession • Signal: • Rotate full arm backwards two times • Loudly yell “possession!” • If the ball crosses the restraining before any player gains posession, all on field referees signal and call free ball • Signal: • Rotate full arm backwards two times • Loudly yell “free ball!” Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 10. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Out of bounds • Two different out of bounds situations: • Normal out of bounds • Ball touching the line or anything outside of the field is out of bounds • Player in possession touching the line or anything outside of the field is out of bounds • Team that did not touch the ball last is awarded the ball • Shot going out of bounds • Team that is closest to the ball when the ball goes out of bounds gets the ball • On any restart, no player may be within 5 yards of the ball carrier Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 11. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Out of bounds • Normal out of bounds procedure: • Blow the whistle to stop play when the ball goes out of bounds (this is important: dead ball vs live ball) • Award the ball to the opposing team: “red ball!” • Signal direction of play by pointing one arm in the direction of play (towards the offensive end line) • The ball carrier needs to step on the field before the whistle • Blow the whistle and signal to start play • Start of play signal: • Arm straight up, then pull down on the whistle Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 12. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Out of bounds • Out of bounds on a shot procedure: • At the time of shooting, lead refere yells “shot!” • A bad / failed shot is still a shot, intention matters • A deflected shot is still a shot • If shot goes in: goal procedure • If shot misses: out of bounds • LR looks for where and when the ball went out of bounds • Blow the whistle to stop play • Award the ball to the team closest to the ball when the ball went out of bounds • Signal direction of play • Blow the whistle and signal to start play Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 13. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Restarting play after a penalty • The ball is restarted in the same relative position as where the ball was when the whistle to stop play was blown • All restarts need to be at least 20 yards (18.2 m) away from goal • Look for the (extended) wingline and restraining line • This goes for restarts behind the goal as well • All restarts need to be at least 5 yards (4.6 m) away from the substitution area • Restarts need to be as quick a possible, but safe for all involved Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 14. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Restarting play after a penalty • Quick restarts: • No player may be within 5 yards (4.6 m) of the ball carrier at the time of the restart • If a player is within 5 yards at the time of restart the player is not allowed to defend the ball until he first reaches a distance of 5 yards from the ball (carrier) • Violation of this rule: illegal procedure • Slow whistle / flag since the offended team is in possession • 30 seconds time served penalty • Restarts should always be fair and safe; quick but not hasty Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 15. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Calling a time out • Two kinds of time outs: • Team time out: • By coach, captain or player in possession • Can be requested during dead ball or live ball on teams’ offensive half • Duration is 90 seconds • Officials’ time out: • By any official, for safety and fair play reasons • Can be called at any time • Duration is not set, as long as needed Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 16. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Calling a time out • Team time out: • Signals: • If legal request, blow whistle to stop play • Wave arms above head • Point both arms towards teams’ bench side of the field • Call “stop all clocks, time out, blue [team color]!” • Time starts after whistle is blown to stop play • 30 Seconds before the end of the time out, CBO will indicate this by blowing the whistle and calling “30 seconds!” • Restart: • Same as restart after a penalty Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 17. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Calling a time out • Officials’ time out: • Signals: • Wave arms above head • Point both arms towards own chest • Call “stop all clocks, time out, my time!” • Examples: • Time needed to fix goal netting or goal position • Player severely injured • Lost ball • Restart: • Same as restart after a penalty Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 18. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Over and back • When a team enters the attack goal area (crosses the offensive restraining line) the single side referee will signal • Arm straight up and then point down to the attack goal area • This is to let teams and officials know that over and back rule will be applied on a ball going back across the midline • When a ball or ball carrier is moving close to the midline, SR will signal to assist the trail referee • “Yes, yes, yes!” in case of over and back rule in effect • “No, no, no!” in case of over and back rule not in effect Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 19. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Over and back • When a ball or ball carrier returns to the defensive half through actions of the offensive team: • Play on when the other team is in a position to pick up the ball • Whistle, signal over and back and quick restart when there is no chance for the other team to pick up the ball quickly • Signal: move lower arm away and then towards body • Being legally body checked across the midline is over and back Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 20. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Goals • When is a shot at goal a scored goal? • Ball must cross the plane of the goal entirely • Up to the moment the ball has completely crossed the plane of the goal, no fouls from the offensive team may occur • Example: crease violation, off side Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 21. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Goals • When is a shot at goal not a scored goal? • Period ended (even if not yet whistled for) • Referee blew whistle (even when inadvertent) • Second shot (rebound) in flag down situation • Offensive team commits a foul (any foul) • Head of shooters’ stick comes off during the shot • Stick is declared illegal before the next live ball • Signal: • Wave arms below the hips • Call “no goal!” • Restart: • Same as restart after a penalty Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS
  • 22. presentation Play of the Game Basic Positioning Basic Procedures Goals • Goal call procedure: • At the time of shooting, lead referee calls “shot!” • LR blows whistle to stop play when ball goes in the goal • LR then runs toward the goal • During run, LR looks at SR to be aware of irregularities • SR can confirm the goal with a nod or small goal signal • LR steps into the crease area, and makes signal • LR signals goal signal and number of the scorer • LR signals to TR • TR relays signal to CBO • Noting assists is up to the bench • Calling out multiple numbers can cause confusion Men’s Lacrosse Basic Officiating BASICS

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