Can anyone offer a brief guide on what to cover in a pre-match briefing and to which players. I'm new to the whistle (as per my last blog) and would appreciate some wisdom. I have an idea and want to see if i'm on the right path??
So my last season blog didn't go to well, did 4 posts. This season it's going to be one of my goals, might as well just use it as my personal post match debrief. I'm looking forward to using a technological based one instead of my paper and pen one. I think it'll work much better for me.
Things I plan to include are awkward situations, personal thoughts, perhaps other thoughts as I almost always speak to the captain/coach after the game, and also want to include my game goals (the
I'm a new referee and I've got a law question that i just don't seem to be able to get my head around.Law 22.7 (a) states that when an attacking player sends or carries the ball into the opponents’ in-goal and it becomes dead there, either because a defender grounded it or because it went into touch-in-goal or on or over the dead ball line, a drop-out is awarded. I get that, but how is that different than Law 22.8
If a team kicks the ball through their opponents’ in-goal into touch-in-goal
Dylan Hartley was crucified for mentioning the word ; however
todays referee at Brumbies/Lions was debatable to be polite !
His decisions at the breakdown were different to every other game so far on tour and on super15's .......
Not once did a brumbies player roll away from a tackle ! We all stand by our refs BUT in some cases you can understand their arguments .
I joined the london society 3 years ago and reached a level10 standard but despite attempts to ask for promotion or ask questions I have been perceived as being rude and arrogant .
Without a hearing or meeting I have been despatched an emailed saying my registration has been withdrawn for reasons which i would dispute if allowed to .
I enjoyed a good playing career including national leagues and coached 1st xv level up to LONDON 2 ; so with 30 years experience felt I had something