ICCC Time Off Rule

CBDJRL

All managers and time keepers please take note of the differences in the time off rule for the ICCC compared to the CBDJRL.

Time off only applies in the second half - a maximum of five minutes is allowed.

Time off is indicated with the referee putting both hands in the air.

All grounds are to supply a minimum of two game time clocks - one for the game time and one for the second half time off.

Strictly no time off allowed in the first half.

TIME OFF:
a) No time off in first half
b) Maximum 10 minutes half time
c) Maximum five minutes time off in the second half

To view the 2012 ICCC Playing Rules & Guidelines please CLICK HERE.




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