To Rose LaBreche who joins fellow TDRRS members Andrew Hosie and Karen Lozada on the 12 member Rugby Canada National Panel.
The current RC National Panel
Stay Current in Law:
2013 Law books are now available to fully-registered TDRRS members - while supplies last. Register soon!
You can also use the IRB Laws of the the Game website to stay current on guidelines and interpretations, and/or: Download the Laws App for your iPhone or iPod device.
Ensure you review the new Law Amendments that will be used in Ontario in 2013.
How to become a Referee
There is a four step process to becoming a referee in the TDRRS:
1. Obtain IRB Level 1 Accreditation.
See the Clinics 2013 page for a list of upcoming clinics.
2. Register with the TDRRS
(includes Rugby Ontario and Rugby Canada membership).
Complete the forms on the Clinics 2013 page and send them to our Secretary, Jeff Kloosterman.
3. Set up your availability calendar
Register on www.whostheref.com to receive match appointments.
4. Buy official TDRRS kit.
(Note: Kit changes are in the works so nothing currently available).
Laws of the Game:
IRB Laws of the the Game
2013 Law Amendments
Other Referees' Societies:
Eastern Ontario EORRS
Rugby Ontario RO
Rugby Canada RC