NEW Referee Feedback Form for Teams

Texas Rugby Referee AssociationThe TRRA has revamped the referee feedback form for teams. We’ve modeled it after the USA Rugby High Performance Form and the Southern California Rugby Referees Society. You’ll note that it’s much shorter with only three questions, a video link and a general comments field.

Feedback forms are required for all league matches and need to be completed within the following week of a match. We urge you to complete quickly as the match is fresh in your mind.

Also note that we request video as that is the most vital resource a referee and a team can have. TRRA will NOT share the video link with other entities or your opponents without your express permission.

Review the entire Team Guide for managing Who’s the Ref.

Complete Coach Feedback

  1. Logon to Who’s the Ref.
  2. Click Fixtures on the left menu.
  3. Input the desired date and hit Find. Or you can use the the team or competition fields to narrow your search.
  4. Once you’ve located your match, click the icon on the right labeled ‘PR’.
    1. It should be noted that you will NOT be able to access or view forms (except a pre-match plan) until after the fixture has taken place.

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    2. If you don’t see the ‘PR’ graphic for your team, please email admin@texasrugbyunion.com so we can verify your permissions.
  5. It is not necessary to complete the form all at once; you have the option of saving a draft report and coming back to it at a later date. To save the form as a draft, leave the box “final version” unticked, then click save. In fact we do recommend saving the form periodically while you complete it to reduce the risk of you losing all your work should anything go wrong with your internet connection.
  6. Complete the assessment and check the box ‘Final Version’ when you’re ready to submit.

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  7. Your confirmation will be displayed at the top after the page reloads:

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