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R2 Duties & Responsibilities Advanced Clinic July 18, 2011. The Pole Dance Handling Coaches Unruly Fans Working with a Novice R1 Match Interruptions Alignment Issues Working with the Scorekeeper Requesting Sanctions Discrete Signals Social Networking. THE POLE DANCE. The Transition

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r2 duties responsibilities advanced clinic july 18 2011
R2 Duties & Responsibilities Advanced Clinic July 18, 2011
  • The Pole Dance
  • Handling Coaches
  • Unruly Fans
  • Working with a Novice R1
  • Match Interruptions
  • Alignment Issues
  • Working with the Scorekeeper
  • Requesting Sanctions
  • Discrete Signals
  • Social Networking
the pole dance
THE POLE DANCE
  • The Transition
  • Secondary Transitions
  • Centering
  • Calling Lines
  • Own Your Calls
the transition
The Transition
  • What does it mean
  • Why do we transition
  • Which dance step do we use
  • When to transition
  • When not to transition
  • When to step out
  • What if I’m in the wrong place?
secondary transition
Secondary Transition
  • What does it mean?
  • When do we use it?
  • How do we do it?
  • Need to recover
centering
Centering
  • What is it?
  • Why do it?
  • When do we do it?
help with line calls
Help with Line Calls
  • NEVER, EVER offer assistance with line calls …………… except -------
  • What we give up to watch lines
  • If partner looks to you for help, then own the call
own your call
Own Your Call
  • Net violations
  • Center line violations
  • Ball down
  • Back row faults
  • Touches
handling coaches
HANDLING COACHES
  • Never be timid, but don’t incite
  • Aggressive versus discussion
  • Never allow them to yell across court at partner
  • They just want to be heard, so listen to them
  • Don’t ignore them, but please do not feed the animals
  • How to end the discussion
  • Get them on your side
  • Get them to trust you
  • Find a way to make them say yes
unruly fans
UNRULY FANS
  • When enough is enough
  • When you can’t ignore them
  • Working with host management
working with a novice r1
WORKING WITH A NOVICE R1
  • How far to go to protect them
  • When you need to intervene
  • Never sell them down the river even when they throw the paddles in the water
  • Give encouragement
  • Be honest & thorough during outbrief
  • When the world falls apart
match interruptions
MATCH INTERRUPTIONS
  • Time Outs
  • Substitutions
  • Injuries
  • Concussions
time outs
Time Outs
  • Recognizing
    • Continual scan
    • Anticipate
  • Procedure
    • Whistle; signal; indicate team; start timer; signal number
  • Ending
    • Whistle; get teams on court; signal #; ready
  • Keep coach informed
    • Always be ready with number taken
    • Inform when two taken
substitutions
Substitutions
  • Recognize
    • Always scan
    • Anticipate
  • Procedure
    • Stay where you are near table
    • Normal procedure
    • Multiple subs
      • Same team
      • Different teams
    • Check with scorekeeper
    • Inform coach from 15 – 18
    • Inform R1 at 18
    • Ready
injuries
Injuries
  • Procedure
    • 30 seconds to make decision
    • If player OK, then start play
    • If sub is to be made, take whatever time is necessary to safely remove player or clean up blood
concussion
Concussion
  • If concussion is possible, then error on side of safety and potential liability
  • Do not allow player to return
  • Prepare for disagreement
alignment issues
ALIGNMENT ISSUES
  • Develop system to track players
    • Setter(s) & setter(s) opposite
    • Setter’s adjacent players
    • Liberos are a big help
  • Warn with correct language if close
  • Don’t count boards
  • Keep yourself in the game every rally
  • Use scorekeeper for assistance
working with the scorekeeper
WORKING WITH THE SCOREKEEPER
  • Establish & build rapport
  • Make them feel they are part of the team
  • Give them a quick pre-test
  • Ask them what they want on substitutions
  • Discuss how to handle problems
  • Common things to look for
    • Serving team will never be behind receiving team
    • Look for sequence of last entry on players
    • Glance at players’ positions on court unless they have huddled
    • Compare with visiting team score sheet
requesting sanctions
REQUESTING SANCTIONS
  • Don’t be timid or vindictive
  • Step out to sideline so there are no doubts what is going on
  • Discuss procedure with partner in pre-match discussion
  • Don’t give them a break
  • Don’t rub it in
  • Don’t try to be cute
discrete signals
DISCRETE SIGNALS
  • Use sparingly especially with novice referee
  • Watch for partner to give you the “HELP” eyes and anticipate when they might be screened
  • Consider judgment vs rule
  • What are they?
    • Ball handling
    • Back row situation
    • Any others
social networking
SOCIAL NETWORKING
  • Inappropriate for most officiating stuff
    • The commissioner sucks
    • Schedule comparison
    • Fees
    • Comments on other officials
    • Comments about coaches
    • Comments about teams
    • Comments about match times
  • Be very careful of what you say because it will be misinterpreted
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