# Alra Level 1 (Club Referee) Exam 2015

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'>This exam is to be undertaken by those wishing to be accredited as a Level 1 (Club) Men's Lacrosse Referee for the 2015 & 2016 seasons.
Marked out of 100, a 60% (60/100) mark is required for accreditation.

• 1.

### A free play cannot take place within 5 yards (4.57m) of the gate.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
A free play cannot take place within 5 yards (4.57m) of the gate because it would give the attacking team an unfair advantage. Being too close to the gate would make it easier for the attacking team to score a goal, as they would have a shorter distance to cover. Therefore, to ensure fairness, free plays must take place at least 5 yards away from the gate.

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• 2.

### The legal inside measurement of the head of a players stick at its widest point is 6 inches to 10 inches.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement is true because according to the rules of the game, the legal inside measurement of the head of a player's stick at its widest point is indeed 6 inches to 10 inches. This means that the width of the stick's head should fall within this range in order for it to be considered legal during gameplay.

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• 3.

### The maximum length of a short stick is 42 inches (106.68cm).

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement is stating that the maximum length of a short stick is 42 inches (106.68cm). This means that any short stick cannot exceed a length of 42 inches. Since this statement is factual and does not contain any false information, the correct answer is True.

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• 4.

### The minimum length of a long stick is 52 inches (132.08cm).

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement states that the minimum length of a long stick is 52 inches (132.08cm). This means that any long stick must have a length of at least 52 inches or 132.08cm. Therefore, the statement is true.

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• 5.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
• 6.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
• 7.

### Q. At a centre face-off, the Red face-off man has his right foot to the right of the throat of his stick.  A. TECHNICAL FOUL BY THE RED FACE-OFF MAN.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The given statement is true. In ice hockey, during a center face-off, the face-off man from the Red team is required to have his right foot to the right of the throat of his stick. Failing to do so would result in a technical foul by the Red face-off man.

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• 8.

### Q. At a centre face-off, there is no Red player in the penalty box, but Red only has 9 men on the field of play.  A. TECHNICAL FOUL BY RED.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The given answer, "False," is incorrect because the statement in the question implies that there is a technical foul by the Red team. A technical foul occurs when a team does not have the correct number of players on the field of play. In this case, the Red team only has 9 men on the field, which is less than the required number. Therefore, the correct answer should be "True" to indicate that there is a technical foul by the Red team.

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• 9.

### Q. After a centre face-off, a loose ball technical foul is committed by Red, before “Possession or Free Ball” is called.  The ball is awarded to Blue in their defensive half.  Red #5, an attack player, moves into the “central zone”, to ride the Blue player.  A. TECHNICAL FOUL BY RED

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
After a loose ball technical foul is committed by Red before "Possession or Free Ball" is called, the ball is awarded to Blue in their defensive half. Red #5, an attack player, moves into the "central zone" to ride the Blue player. Therefore, the statement "TECHNICAL FOUL BY RED" is true.

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• 10.

### Q. As Blue are clearing the ball, a Red player realising he is about to go Offside runs out of bounds.  The Red player immediately returns to his side of the centerline.  A. TECHNICAL FOUL BY RED.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The given statement is false. There is no technical foul committed by the Red player in this situation. The Red player runs out of bounds to avoid being offside, which is a common tactic used by players in soccer. As long as the Red player immediately returns to his side of the centerline, there is no foul committed.

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• 11.

### Q. The ball is dead.  Red.has a time-out left.  Red’s Assistant Coach requests a time-out.  A. RED’S REQUEST IS LEGAL.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The explanation for the correct answer "True" is that according to the given information, the ball is dead and Red still has a time-out left. Therefore, Red's Assistant Coach requesting a time-out is legal because they have a time-out remaining.

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• 12.

### Q. The Red goalie is in possession of the ball in his own crease.  As he brings his stick back to clear, the ball completely crosses the plane of the goal.  A. THE GOAL COUNTS

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The goalie is considered to be in possession of the ball in his own crease. When he brings his stick back to clear, if the ball completely crosses the plane of the goal, it is considered a goal. Therefore, the goal counts.

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• 13.

### Q. A Red shot has gone out of bounds directly behind the Blue goal.  A. THE BALL IS PUT BACK INTO PLAY DIRECTLY BEHIND THE BLUE GOAL, EVEN THOUGH THIS IS FEWER THAN 20 YARDS (18.29M) FROM THE CAGE.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The explanation for the given correct answer is that according to the rules of the game, when a shot goes out of bounds behind the opponent's goal, the ball is put back into play directly behind the goal, regardless of the distance from the goal. Therefore, it is true that the ball is put back into play directly behind the Blue goal, even if it is fewer than 20 yards from the goal.

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• 14.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
• 15.

### Q. Blue #5 slashes and a flag is thrown.  Blue #5 then holds and a second flag is thrown.  Red fail to score and Blue #5 is sent off for 90 seconds.  Red score 15 seconds into Blue #5's penalties.  A. Provided the penalties are reported in the correct order, BLUE #5 HAS 45 SECONDS LEFT TO SERVE AFTER THE GOAL IS SCORED.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Based on the given information, Blue #5 is sent off for 90 seconds after the second flag is thrown. Red scores 15 seconds into Blue #5's penalties. Therefore, Blue #5 has 45 seconds left to serve after the goal is scored.

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• 16.

### Prior to the game where on the field can a team can warm up?

• A.

Anywhere on the field within the boundary lines.

• B.

In both midfield zones and their attack goal area but not their opponents attack goal area.

• C.

In the half of the field which is nearer to its own bench.

C. In the half of the field which is nearer to its own bench.
Explanation
Teams can warm up in the half of the field that is closer to their own bench. This means that they can warm up in their own defensive half and midfield zones, but not in their opponent's attack goal area.

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• 17.

### Blue #6 is one-on-one with the Red goalie. The Red goalie is IN his crease.  Blue #6's shot is saved by the Red goalie but the ball becomes caught in the Red goalie's glove.  The Red goalie is still INSIDE his crease.

• A.

Immediate whistle. Face-off.

• B.

Immediate whistle. Red ball, 18 metres laterally from the goal.

• C.

Flag down.

B. Immediate whistle. Red ball, 18 metres laterally from the goal.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Immediate whistle. Red ball, 18 metres laterally from the goal." This is because when the Red goalie catches the ball in his glove while still inside his crease, it results in an immediate whistle. The ball is then placed 18 meters laterally from the goal for a face-off.

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• 18.

### The referee calls for a Face off other than in the centre, the Referee shall?

• A.

Allow the Clock to run and set up the Face off.

• B.

Stop the Clock on the whistle that stops play, then set up the Face off.

• C.

Stop the Clock after the Face off is set up and before the Face off whistle.

B. Stop the Clock on the whistle that stops play, then set up the Face off.
Explanation
When the referee calls for a face off other than in the center, they will stop the clock on the whistle that stops play. After stopping the clock, they will then proceed to set up the face off. This ensures that the game time is paused while the face off is being prepared, and play can resume once everything is in order.

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• 19.

### A shot deflects off Blue #14 helmet, changes direction and enters the Red goal.  Blue #14 is credited with the goal. Before the restart of play the Red Head coach asks for a measurement of Blue #14's stick. Upon inspection it is too short, and thus illegal.             What is the call?

• A.

Goal counts as Blue #14 did not use his stick to score and he serves a 3min penalty for trick construction.

• B.

No goal and Blue #14 serves a 3min penalty for trick construction.

• C.

The Coaches request for a Stick Check is ignored as Blue #14 did not use his stick to score and the goal counts.

B. No goal and Blue #14 serves a 3min penalty for trick construction.
Explanation
The correct answer is "No goal and Blue #14 serves a 3min penalty for trick construction." The reason for this is that the shot deflected off Blue #14's helmet and not his stick, so the goal does not count. Additionally, Blue #14's stick is found to be too short and thus illegal, resulting in a penalty for trick construction.

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• 20.

### While standing INSIDE his crease the Red goalie has dropped his stick.   Blue have a shot that goes wide.   The Red goalie is still INSIDE his crease and still without his stick as the shot goes out-of-bounds.   The Red goalie is the nearest inbounds player to the ball as it goes out-of-bounds.

• A.

Red ball.

• B.

The ball is awarded to the nearest inbounds player, not counting the goalie.

A. Red ball.
Explanation
In this scenario, the Red goalie is the nearest inbounds player to the ball as it goes out-of-bounds. According to the given information, the goalie is still inside his crease and without his stick when the shot goes out-of-bounds. Since the goalie is not counted as the nearest inbounds player, the ball is awarded to the Red team, making it a red ball.

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• 21.

### Red have been warned to “Get it in”, but they have not yet done so.   Red immediately loose possession to Blue, but Red then regains possession of the ball.

• A.

The stalling warning is still in effect. The stalling calls and signals are repeated.

• B.

The stalling warning is still in effect. The stalling calls and signals are not repeated.

• C.

The stalling warning is over.

C. The stalling warning is over.
Explanation
The correct answer is "The stalling warning is over." This is because the question states that Red has been warned to "Get it in" but they have not yet done so. However, Red then regains possession of the ball. This implies that Red has successfully avoided stalling and the stalling warning is now over.

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• 22.

### Red have possession in the attack goal area, having been warned to “Get it in” or to “Keep it in”. The man in possession is legally forced out of the attack goal area, so that he steps over the goal area line into the midfield zone..

• A.

Whistle. The ball is awarded to Blue.

• B.

Flag.

• C.

Play-on.

• D.

The Referee takes no action.

A. Whistle. The ball is awarded to Blue.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Whistle. The ball is awarded to Blue." This is because the man in possession of the ball has stepped over the goal area line into the midfield zone, which is a violation of the rules. As a result, the ball is awarded to the opposing team, which in this case is Blue.

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• 23.

### You are on the Single-side.   Red has a man in the penalty box.   Blue are at full-strength.   Red has possession in the "central zone" and is trying to run the clock down.  Another referee tells Red to "Get it in". What do you do?

• A.

You blow the whistle, stop the clocks, and explain the mistake to the other Officials.

• B.

You repeat the call.

• C.

You do nothing.

A. You blow the whistle, stop the clocks, and explain the mistake to the other Officials.
• 24.

### Blue is attacking and a flag is down for a personal foul by Red.   A Blue player then commits a crease offence.  Play is suspended when the crease offence is committed. What next?

• A.

The two fouls cancel, no penalty time is served. Blue ball.

• B.

The two fouls cancel, no penalty time is served. Red ball.

• C.

Both players serve penalty time. Blue ball.

• D.

Both players serve penalty time. Red ball.

C. Both players serve penalty time. Blue ball.
Explanation
When a Blue player commits a crease offense, it results in both players serving penalty time. However, since the initial foul by Red is also present, the two fouls cancel each other out. As a result, no penalty time is served by either team. The possession of the ball remains with the Blue team.

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• 25.

### A Blue player is in the penalty box. Blue then gain possession of the ball. Red commits a foul, and a flag is thrown. The period ends.

• A.

The next period starts with a face-off.

• B.

The next period starts with Blue in possession.

• C.

The next period starts with Red in possession.

A. The next period starts with a face-off.
Explanation
The next period starts with a face-off because the period ended after the foul was committed and the possession of the ball was not determined. A face-off is a common way to determine possession at the start of a period or after a goal is scored.

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• 26.

### A Blue player breaks legally over the centre line and two Red players go off-side whilst chasing him. A flag is thrown.   Blue shoots and scores.

• A.

Both penalties are cancelled by the goal. Blue ball.

• B.

Both penalties are cancelled by the goal. Face-off.

• C.

Both Red players serve penalty time. Face-off.

B. Both penalties are cancelled by the goal. Face-off.
Explanation
When a Blue player breaks legally over the centre line and two Red players go off-side while chasing him, a flag is thrown. However, the Blue team manages to shoot and score a goal. In this situation, both penalties (the off-side penalties for the Red players) are cancelled by the goal. As a result, the game will resume with a face-off.

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• 27.

### A Red player is serving a 30 second penalty for a Technical Foul. Blue scores. Before the restart of the play it comes to the Referees attention that the Red player had re-entered the play before the expiration of his penalty and that it was the players fault. What is your decision?

• A.

The Goal counts and the remainder of the time is wiped out and no further foul is assessed.

• B.

The Goal counts and the Red player serves his remaining time plus an additional 30 seconds.

• C.

The Goal counts and the Red player serves as unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

A. The Goal counts and the remainder of the time is wiped out and no further foul is assessed.
Explanation
The correct decision is that the goal counts and the remainder of the time is wiped out and no further foul is assessed. This means that even though the Red player re-entered the play before the expiration of his penalty, it is determined to be the player's fault. As a result, the goal is still counted, but the remaining time of the penalty is erased and no additional foul is given.

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• 28.

### A Blue player is trying to prevent himself from going off-side.   He keeps both his feet in the required half of the field, but falls over the centre line. His gloved hands, both of which are still wrapped round the shaft of his stick, touch the other half of the field.

• A.

He is off-side.

• B.

Legal play, as his hands are considered part of his crosse, when they are holding his crosse.

A. He is off-side.
Explanation
The player is considered off-side because even though his feet are in the required half of the field, his hands, which are still wrapped around the shaft of his stick, touch the other half of the field. In lacrosse, the player is considered off-side if any part of their body touches the opposing team's half of the field while the ball is in play. Therefore, the player's hands touching the other half of the field makes him off-side.

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• 29.

### An Expulsion Foul has been applied to the Coach, non-playing member of the Squad or someone officially connected with the team. Who takes the Penalty Time?

• A.

The Coach, non-playing member or person officially connected with the team.

• B.

Player nominated from the bench.

• C.

In Home.

C. In Home.
Explanation
When an Expulsion Foul is applied to the Coach, non-playing member of the Squad, or someone officially connected with the team, the Penalty Time is taken in Home. This means that the person who has been expelled must leave the playing area and go to a designated area, usually the team's bench or a specific location near the field. They are not allowed to participate in the game or have any contact with the team until the Penalty Time is over. This ensures that the person's presence does not influence the game or provide any advantage to their team.

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• 30.

### An official is called upon to impose a penalty against a team where there is no definite player involved or where the penalty is against someone who is not a player in the game, a player in the Penalty Box, or a player in the Bench area. On whom is the Penalty imposed?

• A.

A player nominated by the Coach.

• B.

A player nominated by you the official.

• C.

In Home.

C. In Home.
Explanation
The penalty is imposed on the team as a whole, rather than on a specific player. In this situation, where there is no definite player involved or the penalty is against someone who is not a player in the game, the penalty is imposed on the team in their home area.

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• 31.

### Q. The Blue goalie has both his feet in his own crease. He covers the ball with his stick, which is outside the crease, and is about to pick up the ball. A Red attacker checks the part of the Blue goalies stick that is outside the crease. The ball is still under the Blue goalies stick, outside the crease.  A. A LEGAL PLAY BY THE RED ATTACKER

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
In ice hockey, a goalie is allowed to cover the ball with their stick outside the crease as long as their feet are inside the crease. The Red attacker checking the part of the Blue goalie's stick that is outside the crease is a legal play because the ball is still under the Blue goalie's stick.

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• 32.

### Q. Red is attacking and a flag is thrown. Red takes a shot and the ball hits the post. The ball bounces out and hits a Blue defender, not the goalie, who is standing inside the crease. The ball enters the goal. A. GOAL

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
In ice hockey, if a shot hits the goalpost and then hits a defending player before entering the goal, it is considered a goal. The fact that the Blue defender was standing inside the crease does not matter in this situation. Therefore, the correct answer is True.

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• 33.

### Q. A flag is down and Red takes a shot on the Blue goal net.The Goalkeeper partially stops the shot but the ball hits the ground and rolls over the goal line.The referee signals a goal but the Blue Coach protests claiming the flag was down and play ends when the shot is taken. A. GOAL. AS THE BALL DID NOT HIT ANY OTHER PLAYER OUTSIDE THE CREASE AFTER THE GOALKEEPER MADE HIS STOP, THE GOAL IS LEGAL.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The explanation for the given correct answer is that according to the rules of the game, if the ball does not touch any other player outside the crease after the goalkeeper partially stops the shot, the goal is considered legal. In this scenario, the ball hits the ground and rolls over the goal line without touching any other player, so the referee correctly signals a goal. The fact that the flag was down and play ends when the shot is taken does not affect the legality of the goal. Therefore, the answer is true.

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• 34.

### Q. A shot misses the goal and is rolling towards the end-line, behind the goal. Blue #5 tries to pick it up, but the ball goes out of bounds of his crosse.  A. THE BALL IS AWARDED TO THE NEAREST IN-BOUNDS PLAYER.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
When the ball goes out of bounds, it is awarded to the nearest in-bounds player. In this scenario, Blue #5 tries to pick up the ball but it goes out of bounds of his crosse. Therefore, the ball would be awarded to the nearest in-bounds player, making the statement true.

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• 35.

### During a requested stick check the Referee finds that the hollow aluminium handle has a beer cap covering the end. The correct call is?

• A.

No foul as the use of a metal cap provides adequate coverage to prevent injury

• B.

Technical foul as the use of a metal cap is prohibited.

• C.

Personal foul as the use of a metal cap is prohibited.

B. Technical foul as the use of a metal cap is prohibited.
Explanation
The correct call is a technical foul as the use of a metal cap is prohibited. This is because using a metal cap on the hollow aluminium handle is against the rules. The use of such a cap can potentially cause harm or injury to other players during the game. Therefore, the referee should penalize the player for this violation by calling a technical foul.

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• 36.

### A Blue defender, not the goalie, is INSIDE his own crease.  He picks up the ball and the count begins.  A Red attacker checks the Blue defender's stick.The Blue defender retains possession of the ball.

• A.

Do nothing.

• B.

Flag down.

• C.

Immediate whistle. Blue ball 20 yards from the cage.

A. Do nothing.
Explanation
Based on the provided scenario, the Blue defender, who is inside his own crease, picks up the ball and the count begins. Although the Red attacker checks the Blue defender's stick, the Blue defender retains possession of the ball. Since there is no violation or foul committed by either player, the correct action is to do nothing. No penalty or change in possession is warranted in this situation.

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• 37.

### The Red goalie has chased a loose ball behind his goal.He drops his stick and a Blue player gains possession of the ball.  The Red goalie, OUTSIDE his crease and still without his stick, saves a shot with his body.  Blue picks up the subsequent loose ball.

• A.

Immediate whistle.

• B.

Flag down.

• C.

A. Immediate whistle.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Immediate whistle" because according to the given scenario, the Red goalie is outside his crease and without his stick, which is against the rules. The goalie is not allowed to make a save without his stick, and this action should result in an immediate whistle to stop the play.

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• 38.

### The Red goalie has dropped his stick.A shot goes wide.  The Red goalie , still without his stick, leaves his crease to try to be the nearest inbounds player as the ball goes out-of-bounds.  The Red goalie  is OUTSIDE his crease as the shot goes out-of-bounds and IS the nearest player to the ball as it goes out-of-bounds. Whose ball is it?

• A.

Red ball.

• B.

The ball is awarded to the nearest inbounds player, not counting the goalie.

• C.

Blue ball.

B. The ball is awarded to the nearest inbounds player, not counting the goalie.
Explanation
The ball is awarded to the nearest inbounds player, not counting the goalie. In this scenario, the Red goalie is outside his crease and is the nearest player to the ball as it goes out-of-bounds. However, the rule states that the goalie should not be counted as the nearest player. Therefore, the ball is awarded to the nearest inbounds player, excluding the goalie, which would be a player from the opposing team, in this case, the Blue team.

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• 39.

### Red has the ball deep and settled in their attack zone behind the Blue goal.The CBO see Blue attacker #14 violently slash Red defender #7 some 50 metres behind play at the other end of the field.The CBO is the only one on the crew who sees this act.The CBO shall:

• A.

Throw the Signal Flag and when appropriate blow his whistle, inform the Head Referee what happened and apply the suitable penalty.

• B.

Tell the Head Referee what happened at the next stoppage.

• C.

Ignore the slash because it is not one of the CBOâ€™s six responsibilities.

A. Throw the Signal Flag and when appropriate blow his whistle, inform the Head Referee what happened and apply the suitable penalty.
Explanation
The correct answer is to throw the Signal Flag and when appropriate blow his whistle, inform the Head Referee what happened and apply the suitable penalty. In this scenario, the CBO witnesses a violent slash by a Blue attacker on a Red defender, even though it occurred away from the play. As per their responsibilities, the CBO should take immediate action by throwing the Signal Flag and blowing the whistle to draw the attention of the Head Referee. They should inform the Head Referee about the incident and apply the appropriate penalty to address the foul committed by the Blue attacker.

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• 40.

### An Expulsion Foul has been applied to a player on the field.Who takes the Penalty time?

• A.

The offending player.

• B.

The In Home.

• C.

A player nominated by the Coach.

B. The In Home.
Explanation
The correct answer is "The In Home." In a game, when an expulsion foul is applied to a player on the field, the penalty time is usually served by the In Home player. The In Home player is typically responsible for serving penalties and is chosen by the team to take the penalty time on behalf of the offending player.

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• 41.

### A Blue player has been sent to the Penalty Box.Red scores whilst the Blue player is in the Penalty Box.After the goal and before the play has restarted, you as the Head Referee realize that the Blue player should not have been sent off. What is your decision?

• A.

Goal Counts. Player is released from the Penalty Box.

• B.

No Goal. Player is released from the Penalty Box.

B. No Goal. Player is released from the Penalty Box.
Explanation
If the Blue player should not have been sent off to the Penalty Box, it means that the penalty was wrongly given. Therefore, the goal scored by the Red team while the Blue player was in the Penalty Box should not count. The correct decision is to nullify the goal and release the Blue player from the Penalty Box. Hence, the answer is "No Goal. Player is released from the Penalty Box."

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• 42.

### A Blue player has been sent to the Penalty Box.Red scores whilst the Blue player is in the Penalty Box.The Blue player’s penalty expires.Play restarts and after the restart, you as the Head Referee realize that the Blue player should not have been sent off.What is your decision?

• A.

Goal.

• B.

No Goal.

A. Goal.
Explanation
The correct decision is to allow the goal. Even though the Blue player should not have been sent off, the penalty has already expired and play has restarted. Therefore, any goals scored after the restart should be counted.

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• 43.

### The period breaks for U13, U15 and U17 games are;at the end of the 1st quarter 3 minutes,at half-time 5 minutesand at the end of the 3rd quarter time 3 minutes.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement accurately describes the period breaks for U13, U15, and U17 games. At the end of the 1st quarter, there is a 3-minute break, at half-time there is a 5-minute break, and at the end of the 3rd quarter, there is another 3-minute break. Therefore, the answer is true.

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• 44.

### At the end of normal playing time in an U13, U15 or U18 game the scores are level, so you go to overtime.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
In U13, U15, or U18 games, if the scores are level at the end of normal playing time, there is no overtime. Instead, the game may end in a draw or there may be a penalty shootout to determine the winner. Therefore, the statement that you go to overtime is false.

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• 45.

### Mouth guards must be worn by all players in all under age games.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
Mouth guards are a safety measure designed to protect players from dental and facial injuries during sports activities. The statement states that all players in all under age games must wear mouth guards, indicating that it is mandatory for their safety. Therefore, the correct answer is "True."

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• 46.

### In U13 and U15 games, a player may body check an opponent (from the front or the side, above the hip and below the neck), if the opponent has possession of the ball.In U13 and U15 games,possession is interpreted as being in the carrying position.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
In U13 and U15 games, players are allowed to body check opponents if the opponent has possession of the ball. Possession is defined as being in the carrying position. This means that players can legally make contact with opponents above the hip and below the neck from the front or side. Therefore, the statement "True" is correct.

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• 47.

### In U15 a player, with only one hand on his crosse, checks his opponents crosse.PERSONAL FOUL

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
In U15 lacrosse, it is considered a personal foul if a player checks their opponent's crosse while only having one hand on their own crosse. This rule is in place to ensure fair play and prevent any potential dangerous or unfair advantage that could be gained by using only one hand. By checking the opponent's crosse with only one hand on their own crosse, the player is violating the rules and committing a personal foul. Therefore, the correct answer is true.

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• 48.

### An U13 player stick checks his opponent.PLAY ON

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement "An U13 player stick checks his opponent. PLAY ON" is false. In hockey, stick checking is not allowed for players in the U13 age group. Stick checking involves using the stick to interfere with the opponent's stick or body, and it is considered a penalty in this age category. Therefore, the correct answer is false.

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• 49.

### During the home and away season, U13 and U15 teams are allowed more than 16 players; but in finals are restricted to a maximum of 16.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
During the home and away season, U13 and U15 teams are allowed to have more than 16 players. However, in the finals, these teams are restricted to a maximum of 16 players. This means that during the regular season, the teams have the flexibility to have more players on their roster, but once the finals begin, they must adhere to the maximum limit of 16 players. Therefore, the statement "True" accurately reflects this rule.

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• 50.

### Red is attacking and a flag is thrown.Red takes a shot and the ball hits the post.The ball bounces out and hits a Blue defender (not the goalkeeper), who is standing OUTSIDE the crease. The ball enters the goal.

• A.

Goal

• B.

No goal

B. No goal
Explanation
The goal should not be counted because the ball hit a Blue defender who was standing outside the crease. According to the rules, if the ball hits a defending player who is outside the crease, it does not count as a goal.

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