Library

Laws and competition rules
Laws of Rugby (World Rugby)
Law Changes 2018 (World Rugby and Rugby AU)
Game Management Guidelines (Rugby AU)
Pathway Law Summary U6 to U12 (Rugby AU)
Competition Rules (Rugby Vic)
Victorian Schools Local Rules (VSRU)
Law Variations Summary (Rugby Vic and VRRA)

Forms
Red card report *(see explanation after this table if link doesn't work)
Community rugby incident report (Rugby Australia)
Game score cards
Referee mentoring report (2016 to 2019) - use for greenshirts
Referee thumbnail report (2017 to 2019) - use for referees
GPR word doc template *(see explanation after this table)
Referee coaching report (if Sideline unavailable)
Individual season plan, preparation word doc

Mentoring and coaching
Greenshirt mentoring guidance document
Using a GPR guidance document
Referee mentoring report summary - requires coach signin to view
Referee thumbnail report summary - requires coach signin to view

Learning resources
Download RCIP self assessment app (iOS or Android)
Concussion Guidance (Rugby AU)
Uncontested Scrums
New line of touch laws 2017
ARU Referee Profile
VRRA protocol for open mic comms
Referee checklists summary (for more detail see Refereeing in Practice)
Goal Setting

Education sessions 2019
February - Annual Update
March - Scrums and game preparation
April/May - Contextual refereeing
Newsletters
2016 - April, May, June, July, August/Sept
2017 - April, July, September, November
2018 - February, March, April&May



The online red card report should be used by both the referee and AR (if the AR is involved in the red card decision). The link above will only launch the form if you are signed into the Rugby Portal. Alternatively, go to Rugby Portal > Referee Appointment System > Send off
GPR word doc should be used by referees that are having trouble with Sideline access. Email to your coach before your match and ensure it is completed within 24h of your match to ensure time for feedback that you can use for your next game.  All referees are welcome to use this doc voluntarily to improve their performance.