Yellow Cards.

Are an important tool in any game and one that now has ongoing impacts throughout the season (Round 1 - GF) for clubs and players.

Yellow Cards will be recorded against Team Sheets and collated by the SIRU Competition Manager.

Red Cards.

Feel like a trip to the judiciary do you?

 

In accordance with the ARU Judiciary Procedures, RC need to be reported before 10am the first business day following your match. Generally this is a Monday morning.

NOTE - If you are acting as an Assistant Referee and you recommend a Send Off (RC), you must submit a RC Report in accordance with the above time frames also.

Red Cards are reported via the RAS Website, link is HERE for you to log in and submit your Red Card Report.

ARU Judiciary Procedures 2017.

See below link to the 2017 ARU Judiciary Procedures, worth a read for all active referees.

http://www.rugbyaustralia.com.au/Portals/33/Policy%20Register/Disciplinary%20Rules/ARU%20Disciplinary%20Rules%202017.pdf

World Rugby Laws Site.

See below link to the World Rugby Laws Site, there are some major changes to the structure of the Law Book in 2018..

http://laws.worldrugby.org/?

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