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Responses for Maintaining Focus No.4 – Other Arriving Players at a Tackle (PDF document)

This document provides some considered responses to the questions posed in "Maintaining Focus No. 4 - Other Arriving Players at a Tackle". These considered responses were gathered from a range of referees and advisers. Members are strongly encouraged to answer the questions on their own before looking at the responses, ... More

Maintaining Focus No.4 – Other Arriving Players at a Tackle (PDF document)

Maintaining Focus No.4 - Other Arriving Players at a Tackle This is the fourth in a series of training and development resources to help referees and referee assessors/coaches "keep their brains going" until whenever the game restarts. "Maintaining Focus No. 4 - Other Arriving Players at a Tackle" provides a ... More

Responses for Maintaining Focus No. 3 – First Arriving Player at a Tackle

This document provides some considered responses to the questions posed in "Maintaining Focus No. 3 - First Arriving Player at a Tackle". These considered responses were gathered from a range of referees and advisers. Members are strongly encouraged to answer the questions on their own before looking at the responses, ... More

Maintaining Focus No.3 – First Arriving Player at a Tackle (PDF document)

Maintaining Focus No.3 - First Arriving Player at a Tackle This is the third in a series of training and development resources to help referees and referee assessors/coaches "keep their brains going" until whenever the game restarts. "Maintaining Focus No. 3 - First Arriving Player at a Tackle" provides a ... More

Responses for Maintaining Focus No. 2 – The Ball Carrier

This document provides some considered responses to the questions posed in  "Maintaining Focus No. 2 - The Ball Carrier". These considered responses were gathered from a range of referees and advisers. Members are strongly encouraged to answer the questions on their own before looking at the responses, in order to ... More

Maintaining Focus No. 2 – The Ball Carrier in a Tackle (PDF document)

Maintaining Focus No.2 - The Ball Carrier in a Tackle This is the second in a series of training and development resources to help referees and referee advisors/coaches "keep their brains going" until whenever the game restarts. "Maintaining Focus No. 2 - The Ball Carrier in a Tackle" provides a learning ... More

Responses for Maintaining Focus No. 1 – The Tackler

This document provides some considered responses to the questions posed in  "Maintaining Focus No. 1 - The Tackler". These considered responses were gathered from a range of referees and advisers. Members are strongly encouraged to answer the questions on their own before looking at the responses, in order to ... More

Maintaining Focus No.1 – The Tackler (PDF document)

This is the first in a series of training and development resources to help referees and referee advisors/coaches "keep their brains going" until whenever the game restarts. "Maintaining Focus No. 1 - The Tackler" provides a learning opportunity based on the recent World Rugby pronouncements on ‘The Tackle ... More

PO#14 – Understanding, Playing and Communicating Advantage

This Preferred Options paper explores the subtleties of playing advantage. Playing advantage well is very much down to experience, knowledge and judgement; it is therefore an important  personal development area for referees.   More

PO#13 – Communication in Managing Conflict

As an official you’re going to be involved in potential conflict situations due to the nature of competition and the wide range of people involved. How you handle these situations, and more importantly yourself, can have a major outcome on the length and enjoyment of your officiating career. This Preferred Options ... More