2 nd August 2012, 7.30pm, Yio Chu Kang Sports Complex Conference Room. Division 2 team managers meeting 2012. Introduction of Singapore Floorball Tournaments Committee Members SFA strategic and tactical objective in 2013 and 2015 SFL 2012 and SFL 2013 timeline/work year
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SFA strategic and tactical objective in 2013 and 2015
SFL 2012 and SFL 2013 timeline/work year
Changes in SFL 2012 Division 2
Briefing of rules and regulation of SFL 2012 Division 2
Singapore Floorball Cup 2012/2013
Updates to the league
New Changes to Refereeing System for the league
Tackling Republic Polytechnic House-Keeping Issue
This will allow referees to have adequate rest in between and not be tired out from refereeing consecutive matches.
Tournament Committee > Match Referees
Match Referees/Match Secretaries > Team Managers
Team Managers > Team Players
Team managers will have to ensure that their team players adhere to the house keeping rules set by RP.
Punishments melted out by respective team managers will be on their own discretions.
Team Managers will be briefed of the house keeping rules during the team managers meeting on 3rd May 2012 prior to the start of the league.
A soft copy of the list will be sent to all team managers and a copy will also be uploaded on the SFA’s website.
The Match Referee will ensure that both teams adhere to the house keeping rules set by RP. (attached check list will be task to the referee prior to the match)
2. Referees will be given the power to ban players with non-markings shoes from entering the courts.
Prior to the start of the league, all referees will undergo a refresher course which comprise of a fitness test, a theory test and a situation test.
During this course, all referees will be briefed on the ‘referee checklist’. And during the situation test, one of the ‘situation’ in the checklist will arise for referees to accustom to.
A copy of this ‘referee checklist’ will be available at the match secretary table for the referees to refer to.
All 3 of these copies will be placed at the match secretariat table for anyone to refer to.
Having given the extra responsibility and authority to the referees, SFA expects that the referees adhere to this.
Tournament Committee will make surprise checks on the playing arena for any random matches.
If any players is caught wearing non-marking shoes or there are canned drinks in the arena, punishments will be melted out to both match referees for that specified game.
All spectators are only allowed to view the match from the viewing gallery.
The Do’s and Don’ts for spectators will be highlighted in SFA’s website.
Referees who are scheduled to referee the next game are to ensure that the viewing gallery is free from litter prior to the start of their scheduled games.
Players/Spectators/Referees are encourage to keep a lookout for any rubbish at the viewing gallery.
Players/Spectators/Referees are encourage to call for RP’s cleaner if they do spot any rubbish lying around
With the advice and approval from Republic Polytechnic, SFA would demarcate warm up areas for teams.
The areas will be demarcated as the home and away team warm up areas.
Alternatively, players who do not wish to warm up and are advise to wait at the viewing gallery for the previous match to end.
This warm-up areas will be announced in the upcoming team managers meeting and a soft copy of the floor plan of the warm-up areas will be sent out.
Any team caught warming up outside the warm-up areas, SFA would take appropriate actions. (such as fining the team)