Leinster Rugby Referees Annual Seminar…
August 14, 2011 12:00 am Richard Blake
The Annual Referees Seminar will take place on Sunday, 21st August at St. Mary’s College RFC. Kick off is 9:30am with registration from 9am and a full attendance is expected…
A full agenda will be published online nearer the date but it promises to be, as always, a fun and educational day. We will have a number of guest speakers on the day from the world of rugby and refereeing.
If you are interested in taking up refereeing and wish to attend the New Referee’s Course at the seminar please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.
We are always looking for new referees to cover all grades of rugby within Leinster. Information on refereeing andreferee pathways can be found on the referees website www.arlb.ie
Why become a referee?
Stay with the game as an alternative to playing.
Social – The social aspect of rugby is renowned. Refereeing is a great way to meet new people and make new friends.
Fitness – It is a fantastic way to keep fit. The IRFU have the highest level of expertise in this area.
Travel – The highest level you reach as a referee, the more involvement you will have at European competitions, RaboDirect PRO12 League and the Ulster Bank League
Referees ‘a club within a club’ who meet regularly for meetings. There’s a great team spirit.
Ambition – could you referee an international match?
Tickets – Referees are allowed to apply for international and provincial match tickets