If a player or coach receives a red card, they must:
The player or coach will remain suspended until he complies with the procedure.
The play-offs do not cancel sanctions meted out during the regular season.
The vice-president, the directors and the Recreational Committee reserve the right to impose sanctions including (yellow or red cards) "after the fact" upon receipt of a report from an official and/or if the reported situation merits such action.
The parents and other spectators are the coach's responsibility. Depending on the seriousness of the offence, a coach's refusal to co-operate with an official's request to control a player, parent or spectator may result in a warning (yellow card – issued by the referee verbally as “warning”) or suspension (red card – issued by the referee verbally as “you are suspended as coach of this game”). Any refusal to abide by a referee's decision or a linesman's decision and any verbal or physical abuse directed at a referee by a coach, player or parent will result in immediate expulsion from the playing field and a review by the NDGSA Disciplinary Committee.