Assessment of Penalties

Assessment of Penalties: 

27.01 Assessment of the one-for-one penalty (the removal of the player committing the infraction and a teammate) may take place for the following infractions:

 

  • Playing-On -- A player that continues to play after an obvious hit is Playing-On
  • Physical Aggression -- A player attempts physical contact with another person on the field in a hostile manner.
  • Affiliated Spectator Interference -- Spectator that is known to be affiliated with a team or player who provides strategic advice. (Spectator is removed and player is eliminated).
  • Tools-- Player possesses, but does not use tools on playing field.
  • Velocity Violation -- Shooting 310 FPS up to 319 FPS. - Distraction Tactics -- Requesting a paint check to distract a Referee from a hit on player or a player’s teammate.
  • Freight Training -- A separate infraction is called for each player participating in the freight train;
  • Each failure to obey a referee’s instructions - Shooting more than 10 balls per second.

 

27.02 Assessment of the three-for-one rule (the removal of the player committing the infraction and three teammates) may take place for the following infractions:

  • Playing-On -- Player fires marker after acknowledging elimination, with the intent to eliminate an opposing player.
  • Wiping -- Player deliberately removes paint in order to avoid elimination. - Shooting over 319
  • Any team who during a single period of the match as more than one gun violation.