Prime Minister Co-ed Sports` mission is to promote competition and athletics through sportsmanship and fair play. Our leagues/events should be played with good sportsmanship. Even if the competition can be intense, we expect our participants to be a good sportsmanship until the final whistle and after the final whistle. As a participant in a PCS league, tournament or event, you must commit: an expulsion for a minor violation of the code of conduct can result in a blocking of a match. The second expulsion for two minor offenses of the same season can result in a block of 2 games. Minor offenses include: any player who commits the offense of level 1 abusive behavior can be suspended for up to 2 games. The second expulsion for level 1 abusive behavior in the same season can result in a block of 4 games. Abusive behavior includes level 1, but is not limited to:. After the expulsion, the game and the clock stop, and a player must: – immediately leave the field / field, then leave the field.- do not take more than TWO minutes to get out of sight and noise of the field / field – DO NOT wait in the parking lot or somewhere on the spot If the player does not leave within the allotted time or shows a cooperative effort, To do this, his team will be issued a forfeiture. The sport is full of cries of judgment and, as a result, disputes can occur from time to time between players, opponents and employees.

However, it is important that participants respect and deal with all disputes that may arise in a civilized manner. No one can argue or protest against a verdict. Protests against permission to play or rule-breaking applications/misinterpretations are critical for time and must take place before the next live ball situation. All decisions made by PCS officials in the field must be respected and respected. Any feedback on rules, players, officials or staff must be brought to the attention of a PCS Director in writing during normal business hours (M-F of 9a-5p). Any conduct deemed unacceptable by PCS may result in expulsion, suspension and/or exclusion, as described below. Repeated violations of the code of conduct by the same team may result in the team being excluded from the league without refund. All violations of the code of conduct during a dead ball situation result in suspension, as described below. All violations/faults/sanctions in the event of a live ball situation resulting in expulsion are subject to verification and possible suspension. Players may object in writing to a suspension within 48 hours of a suspension notification. . .

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