Haw. Code R. § 16-74-158 - Scoring

Current through February, 2022

When judges are used they shall work in the following manner:

(1) Placement of judges. The judges shall sit at opposite sides of the ring in the center of the press row and shall reach their decision without conferring in any manner with any other official or person.
(2) System. The judges and the referee shall use the five point "must" system and shall make out their score cards to the best of their knowledge and ability in accordance with the provisions of the system.
(3) Time. Points for each round shall be awarded immediately after the termination of the round.
(4) Fouls. In the case of fouls or other infractions of the rules, the referee shall be the sole judge of the number of points to be deducted from the offender's total in any particular round, and the referee shall at the conclusion of each round, notify the judges of the number of points to be deducted in accordance with his determination.
(5) Warning for foul. When necessary to deduct points because of fouls or other infractions of the rules, the referee shall warn the offender and at the end of the round shall notify both contestants of any penalties which may be assessed against either boxer.
(6) Deduction for foul. Points deducted for any foul or infraction of the rules shall be deducted in the round in which they occur. No boxer shall be penalized in a later round by virtue of a previous foul or infraction of the rules.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 16-74-158
[Eff 10/2/81; comp 10/5/91] (Auth: HRS § 440-6) (Imp: HRS § 440-9)

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