This game clip has been published for educational purpose only.
On this play, the officials call a personal foul against white-15.
A referee is said to be in control of a game when the game is operating smoothly under the rules as intended and, as well as, the rules of sportsmanship being rigidly but fairly enforced.
■ Keep the game clean and safe.
■ It’s very important that the officials act quickly and make the call right away to keep the game in control.
SUGGESTION TO STUDY THIS VIDEO:
a) Put emphasis in: Primary Area Responsibility
■ Who is responsible to see this foul?
■ What are the referees seeing on this play?
■ It is important: off-ball Officiating.
■ Did the contact created displace the opponent? Did the contact created hinder the freedom of movement of the opponent?
■ Rotation: “Look for reasons to rotate”.
■ Is it important the rotation on this play?
b) Game Control and Problem Solving
■ What is the best decision for the game?
■ Keep effective communication with your partners, table officials / commissioner, MAINLY, with Coaches and Players.
■ Teamwork: Crew communication during the contest is essential to a well-officiated game.
■ Reporting Fouls: clear – concise – no doubt.
■ Keep calm and do not lose the self-control.
■ Use your experience.
■ Use the common sense.
c) Reaction Time and Decision Making.
■ Reaction time shows how quickly and effectively a referee can make decisions.
Question: when did the referees make the decision?
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