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ESL and NPHSL are members of our SWRSA and PHSA, respectively, and therefore members of OSA. It follows that the club employs the Discipline Processes of the OSA.
It is the PLAYER'S responsibility to know the rules of the game and to abide by them. It is the responsibility of ALL attending a Game, or otherwise involved with the game, to know and abide by the applicable "Code of Conduct".
Players and coaches must realize that a red card in a game means an AUTOMATIC
ban for the following game. If the player plays in the next game, a lengthy ban
SCOPE - FOR REGISTRANTS
SCOPE - FOR NON-REGISTRANTS
Fridays, 7:00pm, at the Acton Soccer Club office in the Dufferin Rural Heritage Community Centre (the Indoor Soccer Building in Prospect Park), 30 Park Avenue, Acton.
DISCIPLINE BY REVIEW
Most Discipline is by “Review”, whereby the report(s) of the incident are reviewed, a panel determines guilt or innocence, and mandatory penalties are applied per the OSA process. There are standard penalties: for example, a finding of guilty of receiving two yellow cards in a single game is an automatic one game ban.
Results of Discipline by Review will be notified to the Coach, Club, and Division Convenor by email, and will be posted on this web site.
North Peel Halton Soccer League Discipline Case Summary
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