When a red card is reported by a referee, the ejected player will show up in the Discipline list with a temporary default of a "tbd" game suspension, tbd fine and fine status of "to be determined".
All new red card suspensions will undergo Discipline by Review and 1 of two things will then take place;
1)A suggested suspension will be posted. It will range from 1-4 games.
2)The suspended individual will be asked to attend a Discipline by Committee meeting. If that is the case, the place holder to indicate such will be 100 games, and $1000.00 fine. Those figures will be adjusted after you attend the hearing which takes place at the Esquimalt Rec Center.
After a suggested suspension is posted, the suspended individual has 48 hours to decide if they accept the sanctioning. If they do not accept the sanction, they are entitled to attend a discipline meeting to have their case heard.
At this time the suggested suspension offer comes off the table and the Discipline committee will assess the suspension at the Discipline meeting. (Usually the first & third Tuesday of the month in Esquimalt)
Should you desire a discipline meeting, please send notification to the Discipline Chair & Executive Director and you will be given further information regarding options. (Meeting by email or by phone or waiving right to attend) If you do not send in notice of attending to the Discipline Chair or Executive Director, you run the risk of not having your case heard on the night.
After the Discipline Hearings, (weather it be by review or by committee) the suspension will be updated to the actual number of games.
The fine and the fine status will be updated to "owing" until paid. Fines are the standard $10.00 per game assessed.
Individuals are not permitted to participate until their fine status is updated to "paid".
**Please note that if a player participates and their fine has not been paid - the fine will automatically double every game they are deemed to have participated. If your name is not scratched off the team list, you will be deemed to have participated.
Players who receive a second caution in a game and are ejected will generally receive a one game suspension but this is not always the case.
In some cases, a longer suspension may be applied, especially if the player does not calmly leave the field of play once ejected or cause further disruption.
If you receive two cautions in a game and are ejected and your suspension is updated to 1 game, you do not need to attend a Discipline Hearing.
If you receive two cautions in a game and are ejected and your suspension remains as "tbd" or 100 games, then you will be required to attend a Discipline Hearing.
There is a column showing games served. You can hover your mouse over this number and a box will pop up showing the dates of the games served.
Payments can be made dropping off to 811 Rogers Ave, online credit card via your team page, via etransfer to email@example.com or at the Discipline meeting. Be sure in the notes of your payment to indicate that it is a fine payment and who it is for.
Players are welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org to:
- notify the league that they can not appear
- provide written input in the case where they are unable to appear
- inquire about the appealing process
Location of Esquimalt Rec Center - 527 Fraser St.
Room - Fernhill hopefully, if not - look around for the sign in board.
Times of meeting - First come first serve starting at 7 pm. (If all goes well)
Tuesday's Nov 20, Dec 4 &18/2018. Jan 22, Feb 5 & 19, Mar 5 & 19, Apr 2 & 16/2019.