Roger Drew ran through details of the 2015-2016 sevens season at Eden Park on 12 October 2015 providing referees with an overview of how to report incidents plus an interactive session. Details are included her…
Aaron Colthurst was our guest speaker on Monday 29 June and presented recommendations for “Tactical Communications & Safety”. We’ve included the presentation here for our members.
With more ARRA officiated games being televised that ever before, the association is using the Advantage4me system to improve referee performance within Auckland.
2015 sees some big coaching changes thanks to Advantage4me. This year, the Auckland Rugby Referees will roll-out the online tool to assess performance across our membership.
Rob Parkes, ARRA Head Coach, presented the core competency requirements for Auckland Rugby Referees on Monday 30 March alongside NZRU Community Priorities. Details are here if you missed it.
Rob Parkes presented the NZRU Priorities for 2015 which will see referees across the country focusing on creating space and player safety, with a particular emphasis on mouth guards and concussion management.
It is with great pleasure that I announce two new critical appointments within our Association. Rob Parkes takes over as Head of Coaching whilst Nigel Bernie takes over from John Ripley as head of the JRC Panel.
Confused by those calls in Rugby Sevens? Here’s two great videos that break down the calls with examples from IRB tournaments.
Monday 20 October, saw a comprehensive Sevens presentation for ARRA officials to improve their refereeing performance within the Sevens game. Thanks to Steve Salton, Roger Drew, Nick Bryant and Matt Stanish for their contributions. Ramsey…
Last Monday, the Auckland Rugby Referees Association held it’s first 7s meeting where referees were briefed on the key requirements that coaches are looking for to be recognised as a leading contender for international and domestic representation in the 7s game. For those that couldn’t attend, we’ve included a condensed 7.5 minute video here along with the presentation.