Soccer. (i) Soccer Residuals and Clearances. Licensor has paid or will pay all compensation, residuals, reuse fees, synchronization royalties, and other payments which must be made, in connection with Licensed Soccer Rights and in connection with exploitation of such rights, to any third parties including musicians, directors, writers, producers, announcers, publishers, composers, on-camera and off-camera performers, players and other persons who participated in production of the games with respect to such rights, and to any applicable unions, guilds or other labor organizations; provided, however, that Licensor has not acquired performing rights for performance in the Territory of the music contained in such Licensed Soccer Rights, which rights shall be obtained by Licensee; provided, further, however, that Licensor warrants and represents that all music is available for licensing through ASCAP, BMI or SESAC (or any successor or similar entity in the United States) or is in the public domain or is owned or controlled by Licensor to the extent necessary to permit Broadcasts hereunder in the Territory and no additional clearance or payment is required for such Broadcast; provided that nothing in this representation shall be deemed to affect Licensee’s obligations to pay Royalty and Mexican Soccer Fees pursuant to this Agreement;
Soccer. After canvassing various options the development on a new purpose built Soccer facility at the northern end of the site on Wanganui Road was felt to offer this growing sport the best long term future. At least one soccer pitch needs to be fully enclosed to enable revenue collection at entry gates. This is possibly only one of two areas on the site that will require permanent enclosure, Rumbalara being the f i rst. The location of this enclosed facility at the northern end of the site means fencing will not unduly restrict other users. The plan shows a new dedicated club room and social facility probably two storeys high that could be developed with associated car parking and spectator mounding. A second high grade enclosed pitch can be accommodated to the east with further spectator mounding. Junior and lower grade soccer could be accommodated near by on up to 6 additional multi- use grass playing f ields. This site layout will enable the sport to continue to grow without great restraint on this site over the next decade and beyond.
Soccer a. During the semi-finals and final rounds of playoffs, three on field officials will be assigned. Compensation will be full game fee plus the applicable 25% and 40%. Fees will be paid accordingly: center referee (40% of total fee) and the two (2) assistant referees (30% each of the total fee) when working the Section VIII semifinal and final games.
Soccer. If a second team is necessary, a third soccer coach will be hired due to safety and supervision concerns. This position will be placed on the schedule at a Level II. Section E: Archery Beginning with the 2016-17 school year, archery will be moved from the current CEA agreement to the CAC agreement. The placement of this position will be Level VIII. The new position will be hired prior to the start of the season and follow the current CAC hiring practice except that the Athletic Director will serve as oversight for any archery position that may be hired and is not required to sit on the hiring committee.