|Watch England at Twickenham in NovemberEddie Jones’ men open their 2021 Autumn Nations Series against Tonga at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 6 November and this your chance to be there.|
Tickets are now available on the official England Rugby ticketing website from £37 for adults and £22 for kids. Don’t miss out!
If you’d like to make the day even more memorable, hospitality packages are also available from £299 +VAT. Buy Tickets Hospitality Please note – you can purchase up to six non-hospitality tickets for this match. If you have already purchased tickets as part of another entitlement group, your maximum allowance still remains at six tickets.
|Eddie Jones names squad for training camp England men’s head coach Eddie Jones has named a 45-player squad for a short training camp at The Lensbury, Teddington on Sunday 26 September – Tuesday 28 September. See which new players have made it in, as preparations begin for the 2021 Autumn Nations Series.Training Squad|
The Reviewer/Developer Team will be hosting a session open to all members of the Society on the 17th October.
Have you ever wondered what the role of the Reviewers/Developers’ (previously called ‘Watchers’ or ‘Assessors’) is and what this entails for you …… well this is your opportunity to find out.
This session is open to anyone interested in becoming a Developer, but is a MUST for all current Reviewers/Developers. All those intending to attend must ensure that they familiarise themselves with the documents below as they will form part of the training session.
Looking forward to seeing you all
When: Sunday 17 October, 2-4pm
Where: Dudley Kingswinford RFC, Swindon Rd, Wall Heath, Kingswinford DY6 0AW
Please ensure that all current and potential Reviewer/Developers have downloaded and read the documents below (by clicking on the links)
This weeks training night is being presented by CHRIS WHITE, former International Referee and still a leading figure in referee development.
Chris’s talk is titled Rugby Through the eyes of referees, reviewers and developers
I have had the privilege of being able to listen to several of his talks and wholeheartedly recommend that you try and join us.
Meeting starts at 7pm on Thursday 16th September and the zoom link is shown below.
N.B. We will be having face to face meetings in due course
Tickets are now available
Don’t miss your chance to see England play at Twickenham Stadium this November.
The England Senior Men’s team open their 2021 Autumn Nations Series against Tonga on Saturday 6 November.
Tickets are now on sale from the official England Rugby ticketing website, with adults from £37, and kids £22, so don’t miss out!
Please note that you can purchase up to six tickets for this match. If you have already purchased tickets as part of another entitlement group, your maximum total allowance still remains at six tickets.
Hospitality packages on sale If you’d like to make the day even more memorable, hospitality packages are available now from £299 +VAT. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see England play while experiencing world-class hospitality at Twickenham Stadium. Book Hospitality
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A CHANCE TO BECOME A YOUNG MATCH OFFICIAL
I am sending this message to you because of your connection with the rugby club and in the hope that you will circulate it to likely interested members.
To celebrate a return to rugby the Referees Society is re-starting their successful Young Match Official programme and this year we are adding two new aspects to the scheme.
Why change an already successful programme you may ask. We see the need to widen our approach to make us more inclusive whilst also recognising that we can support those taking part if they wish to get involved in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
So, we are not just looking for referees, we also want to develop those young rugby supporters, who for whatever reason, cannot play the game, but still wants to be involved, We are offering them chance to become watchers. Initial training would be similar to a referee but then they would be guided towards the specific skills of helping the referee develop with one to one de-briefs and analysing a game from a different perspective, all skills that are transferable later on in life.
We know that many young people are actively pursuing a Duke of Edinburgh award. We have been told that learning to become a referee or a watcher, will be recognised in the skills category.
The ages we are targeting is 14-17 year olds and it goes without saying that all sexes are welcome and encouraged to have a go.
To learn more and take the first step ……………………………………………..
If they live in Shropshire ask the parent/guardian to phone Rod Blaine on 07810 850970
If they live in Worcestershire or Herefordshire its Tony Jones on 07504 975893 – parents/guardian again
If they live in Greater Birmingham or maybe just outside our area, parents/guardians to contact Kelvin Roberts on 07817 686855
Chair of Society