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Two Way Radios

Thinking about going out of your comfort zone to try something new?  GOOD FOR YOU! These radios are small, clear and work well for communicating with your partner! You can find them on amazon, radio shack, or the midland website.  $15-$35 a pair.  Be certain to accessorize with a headset.  I recommend a surveillance headset (unless you’d like to look like Madonna with an over the ear microphone)

LXT118

Midland LXT118 two way radio

The radios come with a belt clip but some umpires like to wear a workout push to secure the radio. I suggest using lithium batteries instead of rechargeable.  Additionally, use caution when removing the belt clip to insert batteries.  I broke mine within 5 minutes of opening the package:-) do a you tube search and watch the video.  It’s really simple, but not intuitive.

Surveillance Headset

Surveillance Headset

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Need New Cards?

A fellow Umpire designed the warning cards we showed you at the interpretation meeting.  Great size, shape and a place to take game notes on the yellow card.  Just grab a golf pencil and you are ready to go! $6.00 + $1.00 ship. Contact Aaron via email.

adudek16@gmail.com

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NJSIAA Tolerance Statement

By order of the NJSIAA, the following statement is the be read by all officials at the coach/captain meeting prior to every contest. A downloadable PDF is provided at NJSIAA No Tolerance.

 “There will be no tolerance for negative statements or actions between opposing players and coaches. This includes taunting, baiting, berating opponents, “Trash-Talking” or actions which ridicule or cause embarrassment to them. Any verbal, written, or physical conduct related to race, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or religion shall not be tolerated, could subject the violator to ejection, and may result in penalties being assessed against your team. If such comments are heard, a penalty will be assessed immediately. We have been instructed not to issue warnings. It is your responsibility (Coaches & Captains) to remind your team of this policy.”