118 Results for group: referees-documentation

Pre-season Meetings (August 21) Presentation – Global Law Trials

This is one of the presentations given by Andy McMillan (Chairman, Training & Development) at the pre-season meetings in August 2021. It concerns the Global Law Trials that are to be applied for this season (2021/22). More

Pre-season Meetings (Aug 21) Presentation – PO#21

This is one of the presentations given by Andy McMillan (Chairman, Training & Development) at the pre-season meetings in August 2021. It concerns the Society's Preferred Options paper on "Managing Refereeing Trends at Professional Level with particular reference to the Community Game". More

2021-2022 Society Calendar – Updated 2nd edition

The Society Meeting Calendar for the season 2021-2022 is now available. More

PO#21 – Clubs

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Global Law Trials – Points of Clarification

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PO#21 Managing Refereeing Trends at Professional Level with Reference to the “Community Game”

This Preferred Options paper address issues of perceived disparity between refereeing at the professional level and the Community Game level. Members are asked to read the "Preface" first,  which describes the rationale and methodology used.  This PO differs from the others in that it is a lengthy read. However, ... More

PO#20 – Booklet format

Version of PO#20 in a format that can be printed out and inserted in a PO booklet. More

PO#20 – Refereeing the Head Contact Process (HCP) in the community game

Preferred Options paper (#20) addresses the challenges of refereeing the Head Contact Process (HCP) in the community game. The HCP is a world-wide requirement in rugby refereeing and must be applied. Society referees are asked to consider the issues and recommendations in the paper to help ensure a consistent and fair ... More

Warwickshire Society – Supporting notes for video clips

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Disciplinary Secretaries – List

New changes to Regulations ask referees to inform the Constituent Body Age Grade Disciplinary Secretary (CBAGDS) of any red card within 48 hours. This to bring it line with Adult procedures and to make the CBAGDS central to disciplinary procedures. The changes to Regulations which require referees to inform the ... More