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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.

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1 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

2 THE POLE DANCE The Transition Secondary Transitions Centering Calling Lines Own Your Calls

3 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 Im in the wrong place?

4 Secondary Transition What does it mean? When do we use it? How do we do it? Need to recover

5 Centering What is it? Why do it? When do we do it?

6 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

7 Own Your Call Net violations Center line violations Ball down Back row faults Touches

8 HANDLING COACHES Never be timid, but dont incite Aggressive versus discussion Never allow them to yell across court at partner They just want to be heard, so listen to them Dont 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

9 UNRULY FANS When enough is enough When you cant ignore them Working with host management

10 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

11 MATCH INTERRUPTIONS Time Outs Substitutions Injuries Concussions

12 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

13 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

14 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

15 Concussion If concussion is possible, then error on side of safety and potential liability Do not allow player to return Prepare for disagreement

16 ALIGNMENT ISSUES Develop system to track players – Setter(s) & setter(s) opposite – Setters adjacent players – Liberos are a big help Warn with correct language if close Dont count boards Keep yourself in the game every rally Use scorekeeper for assistance

17 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

18 REQUESTING SANCTIONS Dont 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 Dont give them a break Dont rub it in Dont try to be cute

19 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

20 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

21 Questions ???


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