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    Default Carded in tournament play....?

    University level play in southern USA.

    What is the general consensus on players being carded in tournament play?

    Yellow card...they can or cannot play in next game?

    Red card...out of next game or out of tournament?

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    Default Re: Carded in tournament play....?

    As a general rule of thumb:

    YC = Time served (as per a normal match)

    RC = No further part in the Tournament and Tournament Organisers informed.

    It is normal for the referees to meet with the Tournament organisers before the start to agree that these are the expectations of the Match Officials.
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    Individual Tournament rules apply. As above, organisers should tell you.

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    Default Re: Carded in tournament play....?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    Individual Tournament rules apply. As above, organisers should tell you.
    Quote Originally Posted by beckett50 View Post
    As a general rule of thumb:

    YC = Time served (as per a normal match)

    RC = No further part in the Tournament and Tournament Organisers informed.

    It is normal for the referees to meet with the Tournament organisers before the start to agree that these are the expectations of the Match Officials.
    Both these answers are generally correct.
    if it is a friendly, defer to organizers.

    If this leads to a National Championship, then USA R (and W) protocols apply.
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    Agreed. Best refer to the TO as they will be responsible for the protocols AFTER cards are issued. Ref deals with the Laws of the game. TO deals with the "Rules & Regs".

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    I'd suggest if it's not set out already by the TO. I'd automatically go for misses next match on a straight RC. 2 YCs the 10 mins sin bin and remainder of the match. Fine to go on the next match. High level (potential) disciplinary miss the rest of comp.

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    Every tournament I have ever reffed in a RC means you are out of the tournament (quite rightly IMO)

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    Ah but this is not so in the RWC. They'll have a disciplinary committee and they'll decide if any further sanctions are required. For lower level tournaments, this may not be possible and unless it's laid out in the comp regs there's nothing that would prohibit a RC'd player participating in future matches.

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    I am thinking about on the day.
    RC in morning. You can't play in the afternoon

    Of course if the next round is in six weeks you may well have served a ban and be back again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arabcheif View Post
    I'd suggest if it's not set out already by the TO. I'd automatically go for misses next match on a straight RC. 2 YCs the 10 mins sin bin and remainder of the match. Fine to go on the next match. High level (potential) disciplinary miss the rest of comp.
    Referees are referees NOT disciplinary committees. It is not in our remit to ban players. Unless the tournament rules says so.

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