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					 Continuous Officer Development Award
Club Welfare RefereeWorkshop
   Continuous Referee Development Award
 Assistant Referee



                            Name

                          Position




             “Better Officials, Better Game….”
                     RFU REFEREE EDUCATION




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Assistant Referee




                    Principal Duties

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1.1 Principal Duties
   • Touch

   • Touch-in-goal

   • Kicks at Goal




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          Touch




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           Game….”



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1.2 Definition of Touch
 • The ball is in touch when
 • It is not being carried when it touches the touchline or
   anything or anyone on or beyond it
 • When it is carried and it or a player carrying it touches
   the touchline or the ground beyond it.




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1.2 (a) In Touch?




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 1.2 (b) In Touch?




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1.2 (c) In Touch?




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1.2 (d) In Touch?




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1.2 (e) In Touch?




               FIELD OF PLAY   TOUCH

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  1.2 (f) In Touch - Player in the Air?



Pitch      Touch                          Touch   Touch




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                    Touch In-Goal




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1.3 (a) Touch-in-Goal - Decision?

                                    Team B




     Team A
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 1.3 (b) Touch-in-Goal - Decision?

                                     Team B




Team A

          KICK OFF
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 1.3 (c) Touch-in-Goal - Decision?




Team A

      KICK OFF

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1.3 (d) Touch-in-Goal - Decision?




Team A

     OPEN PLAY


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1.3 (e) Touch-in-Goal - Decision?




                   Team B - Defender




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  1.3 (f) Touch-in-Goal – Decision?




                                         TOUCH-
                                         IN -
                                         GOAL
                                         LINE

TOUCH LINE


                            GOAL LINE

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1.3 (g) Touch-in-Goal – Decision?




                                    ATTACKER?
                                        GOAL LINE




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1.3 (h) Touch-in-Goal – Decision?




                                    DEFENDER?
                                        GOAL LINE




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1.3 (i) Touch-in-Goal – Decision?




                                    ATTACKER CARRIES BALL
       Goal line                    INTO IN-GOAL?


     In-goal




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1.3 (j) Touch-in-Goal – Decision?




                                    DEFENDER CARRIES BALL
          Touch in-goal line        INTO IN-GOAL?


     In-goal




                     Dead Ball line
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1.3 (k) Touch-in-Goal – Decision?




                                       Goal line



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                       Signalling




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                  1.4 (a)




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                  1.4 (a)



                                 Signal when
                                 the ball is in
                                    touch




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               1.4 (b)




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               1.4 (b)




                                Signal when a
                                quick throw in
                                can no longer
                                  take place



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  1.4 (c) Signalling Touch for a lineout


• _____ on the Line of Touch
• As the player who is going to _____ in approaches, mark the place of
  the line of touch on the _____ line



• Move back at least one _____ from the mark

Mark                                                 Line of touch
                            Touch Line


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  1.4 (c) Signalling Touch for a lineout


• Stand on the Line of Touch
• As the player who is going to throw in approaches, mark the place of
  the line of touch on the touch line



• Move back at least one metre from the mark

Mark                                                 Line of touch
                            Touch Line


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      1.4 (d) Signalling Touch

• Keep flag raised:
   – If the thrower puts either _____ into the field of _____
   – When the team not entitled to _____ in does so
   – If a quick _____ is taken illegally i.e. if a replacement ball
     is used or if the ball is touched by any person except the
     player throwing in




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      1.4 (d) Signalling Touch

• Keep flag raised:
   – If the thrower puts either foot into the field of play
   – When the team not entitled to throw in does so
   – If a quick throw is taken illegally i.e. if a replacement ball
     is used or if the ball is touched by any person except the
     player throwing in




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    1.4(e) Touch In-Goal Signals



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                                   ?
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 1.4(e) Touch In-Goal Signals




                   Touch in-goal




                                   22m
5m

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1.4(f) In-Goal signal




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1.4(f) In-Goal signal




                              Signal for a
                               successful
                              penalty kick
                             or conversion



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                     The Throw-In




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1.5 (a) Quick Throw Allowed

• From __________ where the ball went into touch and the
  thrower’s goal line
• Must be before a ________ has formed
• Same _____ must be used
• Only the ________ has touched the ball




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Quick Throw In




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   1.5 (b) 1 Place of Throw In




                                 Half way




                                   22m




                                 Goal line



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   1.5 (b) 1 Place of Throw In




                                 Throw in here
                                                 Half way




                                                   22m




                                                 Goal line



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    1.5 (b) 2 Place of Throw In




                                           Half way




                              Takes ball
                             into own 22

                                             22m



                                           Goal line




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    1.5 (b) 2 Place of Throw In




                                  Half way




                                    22m



                                  Goal line

                 Throw in here

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   1.5 (b) 3 Place of Throw In




                                 Half way




                                   22m




                                 Goal line




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   1.5 (b) 3 Place of Throw In




                                          Half way




                          Throw in here
                                            22m




                                          Goal line




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   1.5 (b) 4 Place of Throw In




                                 Half way




                                    22m




                                  Goal line




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   1.5 (b) 4 Place of Throw In




                                 Throw in here

                                                 Half way




                                                    22m




                                                  Goal line




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    1.5 (c) The Throw-In


•   From a _____________, awarded outside the kicker’s 22, no gain in ground:
     – throw-in in line with where the ball was kicked or where it went into touch,
       whichever is nearer the kicker’s goal line
•   From a _____________, awarded inside the kicker’s 22, gain in ground
     – throw-in where the ball went into touch
•   From a _____________
     – throw in is taken from where the ball went into touch (the kicker’s team to
       throw in the ball)




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                    Positioning




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2.1 Leading and Trailing




                           PLAY




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Positions for a Try
2.2

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                                       TJ
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 2.3 (a) Positions for Kick Offs




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 2.3 (a) Positions for Kick Offs

             TJ




                    TJ

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2.3 (b) Positions for lineouts




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2.3 (b) Positions for lineouts

             TJ




                     TJ

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 2.3 (c) Positions for Penalty/Free Kicks




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 2.3 (c) Positions for Penalty/Free Kicks


                        TJ




                       TJ

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2.3 (d) Positions for Penalty Kicks to Touch




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2.3 (d) Positions for Penalty Kicks to Touch

          TJ




                TJ

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2.3 (e) Positions for Kicks at Goal




                                      KICK




                      POSTS




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2.3 (e) Positions for Kicks at Goal




                                      KICK




                      POSTS




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2.4 How else can you help the Referee?



•   Support his decisions
•   Keep his confidence up
•   Keep his concentration
•   Be decisive
•   Be prepared to accept being over-ruled
•   Look after him before and after the match




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                Pre-Match Duties




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2.5 (a) Pre-match Communication



 • Referee will contact Assistant Referees in the week
   before the match to confirm:
    – Kick-off time and desired time of arrival
    – Colour of kit to be worn




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2.5 (b) Stud Check
   • Referee will agree a convenient time with both captains
   • Assistant Referees will examine both teams’ studs
   • Players should be asked to change illegal and
     dangerous studs
   • If in doubt, ask the Referee to check




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 2.5 (c) Assistant Referees’ Brief


• Referee will inform Assistant Referees of what he requires of them
  during the match
• Each Referee’s brief will be different in places
• Remember your principal responsibilities i.e. Touch, Touch in-goal
  and Foul Play
• Don’t be afraid to ask questions if you are unclear




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2.5 (d) Captains’ Brief

• You will be invited to attend the Captains’ brief
• Remember that you are an integral part of the “Team of Three”
• Opportunity for the referee to build rapport with Captains




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2.10 Dealing with Foul Play
•   If foul play is observed, Assistant Referee should open up his field of
    vision and look for retaliation
•   Assistant Referee must then signal foul play
•   Assistant Referee must then continue with his normal duties
•   Assistant Referee must concentrate on what he has seen to form the
    words he will use in his report to the Referee, including a sanction if
    asked for one.




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Signalling Foul Play




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 2.10 Reporting Foul Play
• Assistant Referee may be invited onto the field of play by the
  Referee to report his observations
• The Assistant Referee should not report to the Referee until asked
  to do so
• The following should then be reported:
   – Who – Number(s) and team(s) committing offence(s)
   – What – The nature of the offence(s)
   – Where – The place of the offence(s)




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2.10 Reporting Foul Play


• Concentrate on WHO did WHAT to whom WHERE
• It may be a minute or more before you are able to report to the
  Referee
• If you are not sure, DO NOT MAKE IT UP




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2.10 Reporting Foul Play


• When reporting foul play, the Assistant Referee’s verbal
  communication should be:
   – Calm, Accurate, Concise (CAC),
• His non-verbal communication should be:
   – Relaxed, Assured, Confident (RAC)




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2.10 Reporting Foul Play

• The Referee may ask the Assistant Referee for a recommended
  sanction, which will be either:
   – Admonishment
   – Caution or
   – Sending from the field of play
• Please be aware that the Referee may decide upon a different
  course of action




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2.10 Reporting Foul Play

 • Remember that you are only advising the Referee of the
   incident and that it is his responsibility to make the final
   decision.
 • If the Referee has not seen the incident, he will invariably be
   influenced by the Assistant Referee’s report




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                 Communication




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2.11 Advisory signals
• Can be given for:
   – Knock-on
   – Forward pass
   – Off-side
   – Incorrect binding
   – In-goal decisions
• Should only be given when the Referee is looking at the
  Assistant Referee




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              Post - Match Duties

       1. Responsibilities to each other?
    2. AR development – giving feedback?




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The end – you have climbed that mountain!




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