Amy has trail blazed the rugby refereeing landscape for a decade & she was more than happy to give up her time as she sat down & gave us a candid 40min interview of her take on the achievement, the game & some takeaways for those of us aspiring to reach such heights.
To all NSWRRA members.
We would normally do a mid-year update at an education meeting, but ….
As we approach the reboot of the 2020 season, we will be faced with many challenges as we enter the rugby arena. I’d like to touch on an often forgotten part of that return – on-field emergencies.
Missed the latest RA Q&A
Save the date for the 2020 NSWRRA ANNUAL DINNER
See link for details
Meetings start right on 7pm with the education component complete by 8:30pm. The association provides finger food/drinks for a post meeting social get-together. We will kick people out at 9:30pm!
As we start a new decade, for referees it is important to ensure that their individual whistle remain in clean and safe condition for reuse. This short review is intended to update our refereeing community on hygiene standards for whistles, particularly with the advent of a new coronavirus (COVID-19) potentially circulating within the global community.