4, REFEREE REPORTS – ASSESSMENT MARKINGS
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DIRECTIVE 4

REFEREE REPORTS – ASSESSMENT MARKINGS

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

REFEREE REPORTS – ASSESSMENT

Both Home and Away Secretaries must award marks (out of 100) to the referee by entering this mark on their own individual match forms and the submission of the mark within the result reporting made on-line.

It is the responsibility of Home secretaries to ensure that this directive is complied with and that match forms are delivered to the League General Secretary, on time, in line with directive 5.

Failure to comply with this directive will result in the offending club being fined £10.00. Persistent offenders will be refereed to the Management Committee who will be empowered to issue a further fine not to exceed £30.00 and / or to deal with further with the club in question in a manner it deems fit.

If a team awards a mark of below 50, the club secretary must send in a report to the Referees Secretary, copied to the League

General Secretary, within seven days of the match being played.

Failure to comply with this directive will result in a fine of £10.00 being issued against the offending teams.

REMARKS ABOUT OFFICIALS

Remarks (DEROGATORY OR OTHERWISE), on Match Report Form, with regard to a Match Referee or any

Assistant Referee or observations about the manner in which the game was officiated and decisions awarded are not allowed and Clubs will be fined £20.00 for any failure to observe this section of the league directive.