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PostSubject: N. Errors,Fouls and Penalties   Sat Dec 19, 2009 3:32 pm

Error:
A mistake by an attacking player that results in them losing possession of the ball.

Foul:
An act that violates the rules of Triad.

Penalty:
Is the main disciplinary sanction available to the "XO's" to penalise players who commit deliberate or accidental fouls.



Errors (initiate a warning or changeover, see Errors Table for details)

Traveling:
Taking more than the allowed number of steps.

Kicking the ball:
Kicking the ball is not allowed at any time.

Bouncing to yourself:
You may not pass or bounce the ball to yourself without the ball contacting a board.

Out of bounds:
Throwing the ball or stepping out of bounds whilst in possession of the ball.

Scoring without loading points:
Shooting the ball into the basket without a grounded restart or without loading points on the ball.



Fouls


Minor Fouls (initiate Minor Penalties, see Minor Fouls & Penalties table for more details)

Premature Restart:
If the ball is thrown from the “T” during a restart before the "XO" has blown the whistle.
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Verbal Harassment/ Slandering:
No verbal harassment/slandering of officials or players will be tolerated.

Offside:
No more than the allowed number of players per team may enter the “Restricted Zone”

Safe Zone/No Go Zone Infringement:
Too long in a "Safe Zone", not complying to the 1 metre rule and entering the field of play incorrectly after stepping into the "No Go Zone" are examples of this.

Charging (unintentional):
Accidental contact with a player in defence or attack that forces them to move from a stationary position.

Striking (unintentional):
Hitting a players arm while attempting to hit the ball from a players hands.

Charging the boards (light contact):
Unnecessary light contact with any boards on the "Court". This is to protect the Main Board from damage and to protect the player from injury.

Contact with Main Board (A) while shooting:
A player may not contact the Main Board while trying to score. This is to protect the Main Board from damage and to protect the player from injury.

Rough play (unintentional):
Unnecessary rough play including throwing the ball at a players head/ face.

Out of Bounds – Defense:
A defensive player may not play at or interfere with the play of the ball while“Out of Bounds”.


Major Fouls (initiate Major Penalties, see table for more details)

Offside:
No more than the allowed number of players per team may enter the “Restricted Zone”

Charging the boards:
Unnecessary heavy contact with any boards on the "Court".

Charging other players into the boards:
Unnecessary heavy contact with any boards on the "Court" by a player due to charging said player.

Holding:
Any player may not hold any other player whether they are in possession of the ball or not.

Pushing:
Pushing another player with any part of the body. Similar to Charging.

Charging:
Any action by a player that results in the other player forcibly moved from their position.

Tripping:
Tripping any player is not allowed.

Striking (Intentional):
Hitting a players arm on purpose while that player has possession of the ball.

Preventing a shot attempt (Intentional):
A player may not intentionally stop a scoring shot by illegal means.

Rough play (Intentional):
Intentional rough play.

Milking:
A player may not pretend to be fouled.

Fighting:
No fighting will be tolerated in the Colonial Triad League.



Penalties


Minor Penalties:
The Squadron League has more of an emphasis on the rules than the Rec League, so some fouls will carry a hasher penalty. See Minor Fouls & Penalties table for details.

Major Penalties:
The Squadron League has more of an emphasis on the rules than the Rec League so some fouls will carry a hasher penalty. See Major Fouls & Penalties table for details.


Penalty shots:
Will be taken from the "Penalty Mark". The shot will be taken by the person fouled or if the foul was not against an individual then any player may take the shot. The amount of points the shot is worth equals how many points were loaded at the time of the foul. If no points were loaded then the shot will be worth 1 point. No other players will be involved in the “Penalty Shot”. If the “Penalty Shot” is successful the restart will go to the opposing team. If the “Penalty Shot” is unsuccessful the player will regain possession for the restart.

The Brig:
A penalty comprising of 1 minute out of play. No substitute player is allowed.


Airlock:
A penalty comprising of being sent from the Arena. Not to return to the current game.


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PostSubject: Re: N. Errors,Fouls and Penalties   Mon Jan 18, 2010 11:44 pm

Just a quick query for the penalty shot, so that it is covered. It has not been covered anywhere in the rules that I can find. Who takes the penalty shot? Does it have to be the person who is fouled, or can it be any person on the fouled team?
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PostSubject: Re: N. Errors,Fouls and Penalties   Tue Jan 19, 2010 12:03 am

Up till now we've had the person being fouled take the shot.

I don't see a reason to change it though.

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PostSubject: Re: N. Errors,Fouls and Penalties   Tue Jan 19, 2010 7:02 am

That is what I thought. I was just wondering if it needs to be laid out in the rules, just to specify for any eventualities.
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PostSubject: Re: N. Errors,Fouls and Penalties   Tue Jan 19, 2010 7:25 am

We also have offensive fouls now such as premature restarts, so in that case i'm assuming anyone off the other team take the shot.
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PostSubject: Re: N. Errors,Fouls and Penalties   Tue Jan 19, 2010 9:55 am

Yeah, I guess if it comes to it then anyone from the team can take the shot. The rules have been amended to indicate this.

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