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Thursday, March 22, 2007

Wanna be a referee?

Two referee courses the new ELRAare being earmarked for women, though men (ie. Dads) can go too! There will be 50% Discount Entry Level Referee Course for women. i.e £20, and the course is open to antyone aged 16 or more.

The RFUW are subsidising women on the ELRA course as they are trying to get 200 new female refs, across the country.

The two day courses are being held at Reigate RFC on Saturdays 21st and 28th April and Saturday and Sunday 19th and 20th May at St Albans School (Pavillion and playing fields, at the back of Old Albanians RFC.)

The course is the standard RFU new Entry Level Referee Course and will qualify you to referee club and school games and step onto the refereeing ladder. At the end of the course it is hoped that you will join your local referee society and referee matches for men, women, girls and boys in your local community. Referee societies often have people who are prepared to act as mentors for new referees and will always allocate you to games you are comfortable covering.

Book online here - or possibly through Dave Roberts as the club might well pay.

If we can find at least 10 people all wanting to do a refs course special refs courses can be arranged.

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