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Top 10 Referees

Returning for a second year, in order to develop the next generation of referees, the State Referee Committee has established the Grade 8 Power Rankings, which recognizes those Grade 8 Referees under the age of 25 in the state that have distinguished themselves by their level of assignment and fitness. This is the final ranking list for the 2013-2014 Season! Standings will be reset in the fall.

We congratulate those referees that have qualified for Higher Grades and will no longer be listed.

Grade 8 Referee Power Rankings

2014 Final List

August 14, 2013 to August 12, 2014

1 Joey Dipalma 1
ASHAWAY | Games: 63 (29 Ref, 34 AR) | Fitness +11%
Best Referee: NORTHEAST LEAGUE U16B | Best AR: RISL O30/O40
2 Steve Mauricio 4
TIVERTON | Games: 40 (14 Ref, 26 AR)
Best Referee: RIWSL Women | Best AR: NELASA Men
3 Mia Bucco 4
EAST GREENWICH | Games: 52 (27 Ref, 25 AR) | Fitness +2%
Best Referee: RIWSL Women | Best AR: PREMIER LEAGUE U17G
4 Joshua Fenton 4
WEST GREENWICH | Games: 40 (24 Ref, 16 AR)
Best Referee: NORTHEAST LEAGUE U16B | Best AR: PREMIER LEAGUE U17G
5 Harlyn Juarez 3
PROVIDENCE | Games: 24 (12 Ref, 12 AR)
Best Referee: NEP U13B | Best AR: SNESC Men
6 Slater Cook-dumas 4
TIVERTON | Games: 45 (16 Ref, 29 AR) | Fitness +10%
Best Referee: Super Liga U16B | Best AR: NEP U18B
7 Michelle Krol 4
SMITHFIELD | Games: 17 (5 Ref, 12 AR)
Best Referee: RIWSL Women | Best AR: State Cup U15B
8 Rebecca Mauricio 6
TIVERTON | Games: 15 (3 Ref, 12 AR)
Best Referee: RIWSL Women | Best AR: State Cup U17G
9 Mike Faria 3
WEST WARWICK | Games: 32 (19 Ref, 13 AR)
Best Referee: Maple U13B | Best AR: NPSL Men
10 Nick Linacre 7
CAROLINA | Games: 52 (22 Ref, 30 AR)
Best Referee: Super Liga U19B | Best AR: State Cup U13B
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November 2014 SRC Board Meeting Minutes

Have been posted to the administration tab under 2014 meeting minutes

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Accept or decline games by email in gameofficials

http://blog.gameofficials.net/?p=136

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Recertification for 2015

Know your recert requirements for 2015, many have changed for those grades 7 and above. Now is the time to register for fall on field recert clinics. The deadline for registration remains December 31, 2014

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Conflicts of Interest

In addition to the U.S. Soccer Federation Polices 531-1 and 531-6, officials should take steps to prevent any appearance of a conflict of interest.

  • Disqualify themselves from participating in any match where there is a vested interest

“Vested interest” is defined as when the official or a member of the official’s family (spouse, child or parent) or that person’s team may be affected by the outcome of the proceeding or match.

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2014 State Cup Semi-Finals, in Pictures

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Sample Crew contact email

the below sample email should be sent  48-72 HOURS before your scheduled match

ASSIGNMENT PLEASE REPLY   should be your subject line

Gentlemen/Ladies
We are working together tomorrow for a 1 pm kick off in Coventry. Let’s meet in the parking lot by 12:15. Let’s bring long and short sleeves just in case. I would prefer two stripe socks if possible. If not let’s do 3. Please confirm.

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SUPERLIGA OPEN GAME PROCESS explained

I wanted to review the Open Games process and how it affects each of you.  The Super Liga introduced the OPEN GAMES feature (ref below pic) this year to help communicate available games to the referees.  This process was set up to help communicate games that have not been assigned, have been declined and/or are still pending in the Super Liga system.  The open games are for Super Liga games only.

How Open Games process works:
1. Referee logs onto Super Liga Referee Assignments database
2. Referee selects “open games” (show below) and selects dates of interest.
Note: referee should only go out 1 week to view available games (ex. on  April 8, referee should select dates of April 12 or 13).
Note: Assignors typically do not assign more than 1 week ahead.
3. Referee selects game they are interested in covering.
4. Referee e-mails assignor informing them of interest in covering game.
5. Assignor will inform referee if they still need help covering game.

 

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double headers be CONSISTENT

if you are assigned to a match in a league; premier league for example; where the teams are playing two games in same day at same field and with the same crew.

your CREW must be consistent with rules.

SAME RULES FOR EACH MATCH

For example if a player is allowed to use a brace in the first match you need to be consistent and allow the brace in the second match

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