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HOW (AND WHY) TO BECOME A REFEREE

A: How to get involved in officiating
Why referee?

There are a whole host of reasons why you might take up the whistle: to remain active in the sport following injury or retirement, to make new and lasting friends within the game, or to gain a sense of achievement by providing an invaluable service to players, coaches and spectators alike.

Whatever the reason, refereeing is challenging, rewarding and above all, can be great fun.

 

more at: http://www.englandrugby.com/my-rugby/referees/becoming-a-referee/

 

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