A & D Forms (Red/Yellow Cards)
Game Day Guidelines for Referees
1) Day Games - player may go to the concession area (if open) for the remainder of the game; report to commissioner, if available, or may leave the complex entirely with a parent or other authorized adult.
2) Night Games - if the player is unable to leave the complex and the concession area is closed, the player may sit on the spectator side with an authorized adult for the remainder of the game.
1) The coach must leave the complex entirely
2) If the coach has a game with another team immediately following the "send-off" game, he has to warm-up his team as far away from the "send-off" game as possible and can have no contact with players or parents involved in the "send-off" game.
If a spectator is being unruly, the coach is to be warned to get the spectator under control. If a spectator is subsequently dismissed, the coach should also be dismissed for failing to control his sideline. If the spectator's actions are so egregious as to demand immediate dismissal without time to warn the coach, the coach is not dismissed
If commissioners are on duty – defer to them unless situation is too dangerous to wait.
Chinn Chapel - Thorguard Alert – 1 long blast, clear the fields; 3 short blasts, ok to return.
UTD and Gerault – At the first notice of lightning, clear the fields. Act in unison with referees on the other fields. You must not return to fields until 30 minutes after last lightning. No delays longer than 20 minutes for weeknight games. Abandon game if longer delay is necessary. Ex: first game is cancelled due to lightning. Second game can begin if clear of lightning for 30 minutes or more and the second game will begin no later than 20 minutes past its scheduled start time.
All cards must be followed up with a separate misconduct report for each card. No exceptions!
Following a completed game, you may dispose of the Game Rosters after all required misconduct reports are completed.