REFEREE COACHES2019-10-09T19:12:45+11:00

REFEREE COACHES
HILLS BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION

 

The role of the referee coach is important in the on going development of young referees.  Rule knowledge is the foundation of a good referee but experience and continual feedback helps to mould and develop young referees and enhance their on court performance. 

Each year, a range of training programs are conducted which are specifically designed for referee coaches and cater for the beginner coach through to the very experienced referee coach.Our approach to referee coaching is based around providing an environment of continual development and support. Hills Basketball is seen as leader in Australia for developing new and innovative programs and ways to recruit, train and develop referee coaches. 
 
Hills Basketball has an established group of Referee Curriculum Coaches (RCC) who observe and assess referees throughout our local competition program. The group looks to officially observe each official at least 2 times per season.
 
For further information contact Bruce Keirs on 9894-8944 or email bruce@hillshornets.com.au

ASSOCIATION LEVEL MATCH ASSESSMENTS

COMMUNITY | DEVELOPMENT | INTERMEDIATE | ADVANCED

While officials will be observed and assessed at all levels, Hills Basketball Association can only provide upgrades up until Association Advanced. From that point Basketball NSW and Basketball Australia will assess.

ASSOCIATION COMMUNITY

ASSOCIATION DEVELOPMENT

ASSOCIATION INTERMEDIATE

ASSOCIATION ADVANCED

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who do I see for injury or an on-court issue?2019-08-21T17:10:29+10:00

Please approach a Hills Basketball Supervisor, wearing a red jacket or polo with ‘Supervisor’ on the back. If you can’t locate staff member on floor, please go to Reception. Ice is available from the Supervisor or Reception.

Where do spectators sit during a game?2019-08-20T15:38:48+10:00

To facilitate best practice game management, team benches are only to be occupied by players, coach and manager. All spectators are required to be seated on the opposite side of the court or in the grandstands.

What happens when a tech foul is issued?2019-08-20T18:30:18+10:00

Any player assessed with a technical or unsportsmanlike foul during a game will be required to leave the court for a period of no less than 5 minutes. If substitutes are available, this player may be replaced. Should the same player be assessed with a 2nd technical or unsportsmanlike foul, s/he will be ejected from the game and the stadium.

What are the rules of Basketball?2019-08-20T18:27:28+10:00

Click here to view FIBA Basketball Rules & Regulations.

What is the pathway for a REFEREE?2019-08-21T12:18:40+10:00

Click here to download REFEREE PATHWAY.