IN-SERVICE HOURS AVAILABLE
JAN 3 6:30-8:30
please email Steve with College ID to get code to register
advanced in-service training
for grade 7,6,5,emeritus
register in game officials
last grade 8 in-service this year.
Dec 6, 2017
6:30 – 8:30
must pre-register in game officials
grade 9 re-certification exam is now available in www.gameofficials.net
the exam is open book and there will be unlimited attempts for the grade 9 exam this year but must be passed and completed by Dec 31 2017.
NE Soccer Hall of Fame announces 2017 inductees
November 6, 2017
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A father and son will be among the list of nine inductees at the New England Soccer Hall of Fame’s 40th annual Induction Dinner on Sunday, Nov. 19, 1 p.m. at the Riviera Restaurant in East Providence.
The inductees include Jaime Toro and his son, Gabriel, as well as Luis Cutelo, Alain LeCampion, Luis Carvalho, Wolfgang Woischke, Candia Campbell, Edward Martins and Christine (McCann) Rich.
Tickets for the induction dinner are $40, and are available by telephoning Lillian Sousa at 401-434-6592 or by emailing email@example.com by the Nov. 13 deadline. All tickets must be purchased in advance; no tickets will be available at the door. The SRC has limited tickets available, if interested email firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 New England Soccer Hall of Fame inductees
A native of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Luis Cutelo began playing soccer as a senior at Shea High School in 1979. He later played for the Community College of Rhode Island, RISA and LASA. But it was as a referee that he really made his mark, starting in 1988.
Cutelo quickly climbed the ladder and found himself officiating alongside FIFA and National referees. This led him to officiating in Major League Soccer, in 1996, as well as national tournament games. He has been a NISOA college referee for 25 years, a state referee for 18 years and has had state emeritus status since 2011.
Jaime Toro, a native of Colombia, was a long-time player and is a very experienced referee on the Rhode Island soccer scene.
He played for East Providence Sports (1978-80), Fall River Sports (1980-81) and Lusitana Sports of Cumberland (1982-85) in LASA. After a year back in Colombia, he returned to coach Luitana’s youth teams from 1986-97. He also played Over-30 soccer for Madeira, Mello’s and Sporting Colombia. He has been a Rhode Island Interscholastic League referee since 1994.
Ed Martins of Harrisville, Rhode Island has more than 25 years as a soccer coach, referee and administrator.
Martins has been the Super Liga Iniative Program Director, Bruno United Technical Director, RI State Referee Administrator, RI State Youth Referee Administrator and Presidenbt of the Burrillville/Glocester Youth Soccer Association.
His coaching experience includes with the RI Olympic Development Program, RI Rays, Bruno United FC, Northern Lighting, North District and BGYSA.
As an official, he has been a USSF referee, assignor, instructor and assessor.
ASSIGNOR MEETING NOVEMBER 29, 2017 6:30-8:30
NORTH PROVIDENCE LIBRARY
• What to expect in the spring
• How will my referees get their 2018 Badges
• Review of US Soccer mandates
• Assignor handbook
• Assignor responsibilities
PLEASE REGISTER FOR MEETING IN GAMEOFFICIALS
Based on our agenda and questions we have received we recommend all assignors/coordinators attend.
Upcoming in-service opportunities
10/15 12:30-2:30 West Greenwich Field Training
Open to Grade 8 and 9 and all Assignors
10/22 4:00-6:00 Cranston FIELD TRAINING
Open to grade 8 and 9 and All Assignors
10/25 6:30 – 8:30 Smithfield High School
Review of US Soccer mandates
Open to GRADE 8 referees and ALL Assignors
10/29 1:30 – 3:30 Portsmouth FIELD TRAINING
Open to grade 8 and 9 and all Assignors
NEW IN-SERVICE GRADE 8 NORTH
Oct 25 Smithfield High School
must register on rireferees.gameofficials.net
KEY POINTS — NEP U09/U10 ONLY
–Halfway Line limitations
Opposition players must retreat into their own half of the playing field on goal kicks.
The US Soccer Build-Out Line rules will not be used in the Fall of 2017. Offside will be judged from the centerline.
–Punts and Drop Kicks
If a goalkeeper punts or drop kicks the ball, an IFK should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense. If the punt or drop kick occurs within the goal area, the IFK should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the nearest point to where the infringement occurred
NOT ALLOWED. If deliberate, IFK awarded at spot of infraction.
–New US Soccer 7v7 and 9v9 guidelines
NEP will review the US Soccer recommendations in the winter for possible implementation in 2018.
Congratulations Georgia Stinchfield
Her recent hard work has paid off
We posted and PR’d her recent game. Someone saw it.
Georgia has been invited and has accepted and will be attending 2 more Referee academies
Oct 7-9 2017 WAGS Rael Vodicka Tournament in Virginia
It is the top 16th tournament in the US
Oct 27-29 2017 Region 1 College Showcase Tournament in Maryland