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What is The CCC?. What is The CCC?. The Competitions Control Committee. How Many Members?. How Many Members?. Minimum of Five Members. What’s a Quorum?. What’s a Quorum?. Three is a Quorum. What do they do?. What do they do?.

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    1. What is The CCC?

    2. What is The CCC? The Competitions Control Committee

    3. How Many Members?

    4. How Many Members? Minimum of Five Members

    5. What’s a Quorum?

    6. What’s a Quorum? Three is a Quorum

    7. What do they do?

    8. What do they do? General authority to organise games and ensure breaches of Rule are detected and those guilty of infractions are made accountable.

    9. What is an infraction?

    10. What is an infraction? • An infraction is any breach of the Rules and Bye-Laws or • Misconduct at Games

    11. How many types of Infractions are there? There are five Categories of Infractions

    12. Category I Being ordered off on foot of a second Cautionable Infraction. Penalty: • Fixed Penalty: Debarment from playing for the remainder of the Game, to include any extra-time. • Fixed Penalty on Repeat Infraction: 2 weeks Suspension in the same Code and at the same level.

    13. Category II Abusive language towards a Referee, Umpire, Linesman, or Sideline Official: Striking or attempting to strike with hurley (minimal force); Kicking or attempting to kick (minimal Force); Striking or attempting to strike with arm, elbow, hand or knee, Behaving in any way which is dangerous to an opponent; Spitting at an opponent; Contributing to a melee.

    14. Category II: Penalty • Minimum: 4 weeks Suspension in the same Code and at the same level, inclusive of the next Game in the same Competition of that Competition Year, even if that Game falls outside the Suspension period. • Minimum on Report Infraction: 8 weeks Suspension in the same Code and at the same level as that at which the Infraction were committed, inclusive of the next Game in the same Competition of that Competition year, even if that Game falls outside the Suspension time period

    15. Category III Striking or attempting to strike with hurley (with force or causing injury); Kicking or attempting to kick (with force or causing injury); Stamping; Striking; or attempting to strike with the head; Reckless inflicting injury by other means; Any type of assault on an Opposing Team Official.

    16. Category III: Penalty • Minimum: 8 weeks Suspension in the same Code and at the same Level, inclusive of the next Game in the same Competition Year, even if that Game falls outside the Suspension time period. • Minimum on Repeat Infraction: 16 weeks Suspension in the same Code and at the same level as that at which the infraction were committed, inclusive of the next Game in the same Competition of that Competition Year, even if that Game falls outside the Suspension time period.

    17. Category IV Minor physical interference with (e.g. laying a hand on, pushing, pulling or jostling), threatening or abusive conduct towards, or threatening language to a Referee, umpire, Linesman or Sideline Official.

    18. Category IV: Penalty • Minimum: 12 weeks Suspension in all Codes and at all Levels. • Minimum on Repeat Infraction: 24 weeks Suspension in all Codes and at all Levels.

    19. Category V Any type of assault on a Referee, Umpire, Linesman or Sideline Official Penalty • Minimum: 48 weeks Suspension in all Codes and at all Levels, with offender's Team liable to Disqualification, where appropriate. • Repeat Infraction within 96 weeks: 96 weeks suspension in all Codes and at all Levels, with offender's Team liable to Disqualification, where appropriate

    20. Suspensions?

    21. Suspensions? Category I, II and III Infractions are in the same code and level at which the infractions were committed

    22. Suspensions? Category IV and V Infractions are in all codes and all levels

    23. Repeat Infractions?

    24. Repeat Infractions? Categories I, II and III • In the same category • In the same code • At the same level • Within 48 weeks

    25. Repeat Infractions? Categories IV and V • Regardless of the Category, Code or Level • Within 48 weeks

    26. Competition Year?

    27. Competition Year? Some suspensions include the next Game in the same Competition of that Competition Year

    28. So what’s new?

    29. So what’s new? • Striking or attempting to strike an opponent with a hurley with minimal force (II) • Kicking or attempting to kick an opponent with minimal force (II) • Spitting at an opponent (II) • Contributing to a melee (II) • Using abusive language to a Match Official (II)

    30. So what’s new? • Kicking or attempting to kick an opponent with force (III) • Kicking an opponent causing injury (III) • Recklessly inflicting injury on an opponent (III) • Striking or attempting to strike an opponent with a hurley with force (III)

    31. So what’s new? • Striking an opponent with a hurley causing injury (III) • Assaulting an opposing Team Official (III) • Using threatening language or threatening or abusive conduct to a Match Official (IV)

    32. How does disciplinary action commence?

    33. How does disciplinary action commence? • Upon receipt of the Referees Report • Video evidence if the infraction is not seen or reported on by the Referee • On foot of an Investigation

    34. What happens next? • Players History Checked • CCC propose a penalty • Player notified of the charge quoting the relevant rule personally or via appropriate Secretary

    35. What happens next? • The CCC can seek in writing Clarification of the Referees Report which then becomes part of the Referees Report

    36. What happens next? • Player can accept the proposed penalty Or • Request a Hearing within 3 days

    37. Player doesn’t accept proposed penalty? CCC sends the following items to the Hearings Committee • Notice of Charge and Relevant Rule • Notice of Proposed Penalty • Players Reply

    38. Player doesn’t accept proposed penalty? The Hearings Committee sets up the Hearing and notifies the Player and the CCC of the date, time and venue.

    39. What is the Hearings Committee?

    40. What is the Hearings Committee? The Hearings Committee are the decision makers in the system

    41. How many members?

    42. How many members? • A minimum of Five Members • Members of the CCC or the Management Committee are noteligible for membership of the Hearings Committee

    43. What’s a Quorum?

    44. What’s a Quorum? A Quorum is Three

    45. The Hearing

    46. The Hearing • A Representative of CCC (not more than two are permitted to attend) reads out the Referee’s Report • State the Charge and the Relevant Rule • State the Proposed Penalty

    47. The Hearing • The player states his case • He Calls Witness (s)

    48. The Hearing • Cross Examination • Questions

    49. The Hearing • CCC Representatives and Player Withdraw

    50. The Hearing • Hearings Committee make a decision • Hearings Committee inform the player of their decision and the Rule under which it was taken. • Hearings Committee inform the CCC • The Player has the right of appeal