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LEVEL 1 UMPIRE AWARD. PRESENTATION TO CANDIDATE UMPIRES. OUR UMPIRING STRUCTURE. LEVEL ONE – club/county LEVEL TWO – county/region LEVEL THREE – national programme. PRESENTATION. LOOK LIKE AN UMPIRE Be smart Use whistle tone Make your signals clear Don’t be officious

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LEVEL 1 UMPIRE AWARD

PRESENTATION TO CANDIDATE UMPIRES

 England Hockey


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OUR UMPIRING STRUCTURE

  • LEVEL ONE – club/county

  • LEVEL TWO – county/region

  • LEVEL THREE – national programme

 England Hockey


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PRESENTATION

LOOK LIKE AN UMPIRE

  • Be smart

  • Use whistle tone

  • Make your signals clear

  • Don’t be officious

  • Don’t be scared to smile

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EQUIPMENT

  • Umpires equipment

  • Players equipment

  • GK’s equipment

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THE PITCH

  • Dimensions

  • Lines & markings

  • Shooting circles

  • Goals and flags

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PREPARATION

  • PRE-MATCH CHAT

    - establishing consistency

    - work as a team

  • PITCH INSPECTION

    - goals, nets, lines

  • WARM-UP

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AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY

  • Shooting circles, side lines

  • Play approaching

  • Eye contact

  • When to blow the whistle

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POSITIONING & MOBILITY

MOVING WITH PLAY (& reading the play)

- forwards, backwards, sideways

SET-PIECE POSITIONING

- penalty corners

- corners

- strokes

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THE GAME RULES

  • TEAMS

    - substitutions

    - GK on the pitch

  • CAPTAINS

    - responsibilities

  • Duration of the Game

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STARTING & RE-STARTING THE GAME

  • Centre pass

  • Ball over the side-line

  • Ball over the back-line

    - by an attacker, by a defender

    - intentionally, unintentionally

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SIGNALS

  • Clear and held for long enough

  • Confident

  • As per the book…don’t make up your own!

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THE BULLY

  • When / why do you award a bully?

  • Where is it taken?

  • What distance the other players?

  • One touch only – not three!

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SCORING A GOAL

  • Off an attacking players stick in the shooting circle

  • Completely over the goal-line

  • Goal awarded in a penalty stroke situation

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ACCIDENTS & INJURY

  • When to stop / not stop time

  • Assessing an injury

  • Treatment on the pitch

  • The bleeding player

  • Re-starting the game

  • The injured umpire…what to do!

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CONDUCT OF PLAY

  • PLAYERS SHALL NOT…

    - use of stick and playing equipment

    - use of body, hands, feet

    - the raised ball (the good, the bad and the ugly – dangerous!)

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OBSTRUCTION

  • Onus is on the tackler

  • Consider:

    - position

    - intention

    - timing

  • Shielding the ball with the stick

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PLAYERS MAY NOT…

  • MANUFACTURE AN OFFENCE

    - examples?

  • TIME WASTE

    - examples?

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GOALKEEPERS MAY…

  • Inside the circle…

  • Outside the circle…

  • Lying on the ball - obstructing

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ADVANTAGE

  • A penalty shall be awarded ONLY when

    a player or team has been clearly disadvantaged by an opponent’s offence

  • Why signal it & who are you signalling

    it for?

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FREE HIT

  • Awarded for an offence by an attacker

    in the opponents 23

  • Awarded following any offence by any player between the two 23’s

  • Awarded for an unintentional offence by the defence outside their circle and

    within their 23

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PENALTY CORNER

  • Intentional offence by a defender outside the circle but within the 23 metres area they are defending

  • An offence by a defender in the circle which doesn’t prevent a probable goal

  • Intentionally playing ball over own back-line

  • Intentional offence in the circle by a defender against an opponent who does not have possession of the ball or an opportunity to play the ball

  • When the ball becomes lodged in a players clothing or equipment while in the circle they are defending

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PENALTY CORNER cont…

  • Managing the Penalty Corner

  • Where are the players positioned?

  • Where are you?

  • Where is your colleague?

  • First hit shot & height restriction

  • Danger…what is it?

  • Ball beyond 5 metres of shooting circle

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PENALTY STROKE

Awarded for:

  • Offence by a defender in the circle that prevents the probable scoring of a goal.

  • Intentional offence in circle by a defender against an opponent who has possession of the ball or an opportunity to play the ball.

  • For defenders persistently crossing over the back-line before permitted before the taking of a PC.

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PENALTY STROKE cont…

  • TAKING a Penalty Stroke

    - time stopped

    - position of players & GK

    - position of umpires

    - after the whistle

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PENALTY STROKE cont…

  • ENDING a Penalty Stroke

    - goal scored or awarded

    - ball caught by GK

    - ball lodged in GK’s equipment

    - ball passes outside of circle

    - ball comes to rest in circle

    - taker breaches a Rule

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PENALTY STROKE cont…

  • RE-STARTING after the stroke

    - goal  centre pass

    - no goal  a push or hit to defence at top of circle, opposite centre of goal-line

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PERSONAL PENALTIES

  • Players including substitutes may

    be cautioned, warned or suspended

  • Intentional offences must be punished

  • Verbal abuse – deal with it promptly

  • Upgrading a penalty and reversing

    a decision

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USE OF CARDS

  • What does each card represent?

  • The general principles to apply

  • Same colour…different offences

  • Duration of suspension for minor offence versus duration for more

    physical or serious offences

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DEVELOPING YOURSELF

  • Practice, practice, practice

  • Watch other umpires

  • Get someone to video you

  • Talk with players and coaches

  • Always be prepared to listen

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AND FINALLY…

  • Help raise the standard of the game

  • Ensure every game is played in the

    right spirit

  • Make sure you are suitably insured

  • Work at your fitness

  • Enjoy your umpiring!

 England Hockey


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