What Should A Referee Do At Half Time?

Does it matter what he does? Will it affect his performance?

Most referees use this time to reflect on how the first half went. They discuss the game with their Assistant Referee’s and are scanning for pointers. Some do this in order to hear from the Assistant Referee’s how well they are reffing. Others will use reasoning to justify the mistakes they made or even cover their butts by making excuses.

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Recent SCRRS articles ↓

Refereeing the Tackle

Posted by SCRRS Website Committee on October 26th, 2009

Here is a perspective on Refereeing the Tackle, originating from Kevin Baskin, and developed through discussion with the USARRA Developmental Referee Program, especially Paul Bretz, Bruce Carter and Peter Watson. Read More →

Brave New World – by Pat McNally

Posted by SCRRS Website Committee on October 20th, 2009

By Pat McNally

Rugby Sevens has truly arrived and our world has been turned upside down;
it’s life Jim, but not as we know it.

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Trust and Respect – by Pat McNally

Posted by SCRRS Website Committee on October 5th, 2009

By Pat McNally

In a former life, I was an IRB-certified trainer that regularly held Level 1 Rugby Referee Certification courses.

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Referee Column – by Pat McNally

Posted by SCRRS Website Committee on September 22nd, 2009

By Pat McNally

As National Sevens Referee Program Manager, I travel all over the country to observe rugby referees, to manage and assess their performances.

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