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Disciplinary Report for
Andrew Marshall of New England College
Match Date: 08 September 2018

Location: UMass Amherst

Yellow Card Offense

Player's Position:
  Centre
Nature of Offense
The offending player committed two professional fouls immediately succeeding one another that disrupted advantage to the attacking team.

Teams and Results
Home:    University of Massachusetts - Amherst Score    52
Visitor:   New England College Score    21
Time into match of Incident:   24
Score at Time:   (H)  0   (V)   0
Offending-side Captain:  
Opposing-side Captain:   
Weather and Field Conditions
Overcast and cool with a slight breeze.

General Pattern of Play
UMass was more fit and played with more cohesion. They seemed to have more experienced players and used a very effective kicking game to expose and pressurize the NEC back three, creating attacking opportunities.

Detailed Report of Incident
The player deliberately stopped the progress of an opposing player within only a few meters after that player had taken a quick tap on a penalty. When the ballcarrier was attempting to return to the original spot, the offending player then deliberately shoved the ballcarrier into touch, adding a delay of game to the initial penalty. I felt that the combination of penalties, their deliberateness from a player that clearly knew better, and their quick succession merited a yellow card.

Referee:
  Thomas McNeil
Society:
  NERRS
Date Submitted:
  10 September 2018