An article was included in the September 2010 instructional articles on the NISOA Web Site about suggested ways to isolate a player when handling misconduct, or potential misconduct. Based on some comments received, there may be additional successful suggestions for isolating a player by the Referee. If you have a suggested mechanic that has worked for you, we invite you to add a comment below to share with other NISOA members.
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