Sussex Hockey Umpires' Association

Sussex Hockey Umpires' Association News

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Sussex Hockey Umpires' Association

Sussex Hockey Umpires' Association News

12th SepCar Parking at Chichester Tech College

There is a 50p parking charge which last all day at the Tech College.
There is a meter just by the bridge you cross to get to the pitch

30th AugLevel 1 Umpiring Course

There is a Level 1 Umpiring Course at Hazelwick School, Crawley on Sunday 24 September 2017. To register please visit the England Hockey website or follow the link below

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27th AugGAIL SILVER

It is with great sadness that we have to report the passing away of John's wife Gail last weekend.
All at SxHUA wish to offer John and his family our thoughts and condolences at this very sad and difficult time.

Full details of the funeral will be posted when known

30th MayHead injuries and other serious injuries

We would like to remind all umpires about the correct procedures with regard to head (and other serious) injuries.
In the event of a head (or another serious) injury, the game MUST be stopped immediately so that the player may receive appropriate treatment.
When and where possible and appropriate, the player should leave the pitch and only return to the game if an appropriately qualified medical practitioner allows.
If under the age of 18, the player with a head injury is NOT allowed to return to the game until he/she has been assessed by an appropriately qualified medical practitioner.
Please follow the link for England Hockey's policy on concussion.

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30th MarRed card question

Do umpires have to award a Red Card when the player has committed two separate, but duplicate, minor offences, where a yellow card was awarded for the first offence?
Yes. This is in accordance with FIH Rules of Hockey (see Section 14 in the Playing the game– Personal penalties and Section 2.3 in the Umpiring section – Applying the rules). These cases should be recorded on the Red Card/Matchday Misconduct Offence report form under category D and returned to the relevant County Disciplinary Officer.
It is recommended that the umpire shows the Yellow Card for the second time, swiftly followed by the Red Card.
A minor offence is defined as an offence which does not involve
i. any used, attempted or threatened physical violence or
ii. any dissent towards an umpire, properly appointed tournament or match official.
This is very important if you are required to complete a Red Card/MMO report form.
The form and full guidance notes are available fin the Information & Downloads section of the website.

30th MarFIH Rules of Hockey App (for Android and iOS phones)

You'll be delighted to know that FIH has now produced an app for Android and iOS smart phones. Please go to Google Play or the App Store on your smart phone to get to the app. FIH has commented “This tool is yet another important component of our 10-year hockey Revolution strategy aimed at making hockey a global game that inspires the next generation. In particular, this app will be key to helping us achieve our aim of increasing professionalism across the sport by increasing awareness and understanding of the rules that govern it.”

25th Sep (2016)Radios requiring repair

The process if an umpire's radio develops a fault is as follows

Go to http://www.umpiretalk.com/returns.html (see link below) and follow the instructions. There may be an amount of £25 payable by the umpire, but if the issue is found to be a fault with the radio, this will be refunded.

There appears to be a common complaint that the Jabra headsets lose connection during a game and either all communication is lost, or communication only works in one direction. This may be an issue with the compatibility between the Jabra 2.5mm plug and the socket on the radio, or may be a faulty Jabra. In both cases the supplied boom headset and microphone will usually work.

Ian Anguige

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