Author Topic: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019  (Read 1827 times)

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Re: Refs at Hilldale 09/28/2019
« Reply #45 on: October 20, 2019, 12:01:22 pm »
The bottom line here was that what the refs said they saw and told Seq head coach they saw and were recording it and that they were reporting it and did not do it is a valid complaint on integrity and principals. The point is to make this system better; players, coaches, parents shouldn't have to worry about whether someone's going to honor their word or not and there should be a procedure and policy in place to help ensure this sort of thing doesn't transpire. It has been proposed that a hard copy of incident reports be on hand at all games by refs, coaches and team moms with carbon copies that are too be filled out by refs and signed by both head coaches, poss players when said incidences occur and each coach gets a carbon copy and ref gets original to file the case they do not then the coaches have copies. If we have to get elementary here to have simple protocol followed then so be it