AFTER THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL TRAINING, REFEREES EXPECTED TO DO DUTY TO THE BEST OF THEIR ABILITY AT 3RD AVC WOMEN’S CHALLENGE CUP

AFTER THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL TRAINING, REFEREES EXPECTED TO DO DUTY TO THE BEST OF THEIR ABILITY AT 3RD AVC WOMEN’S CHALLENGE CUP

AVC Referees Committee Chairman Mr Songsak Chareonpong, fourth from right, and Referee Delegate Mr Jeerachai Kasemsook, fourth from left, pose in a group photo with the six referees

Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, June 23, 2022 – With just one day remaining before the “21st Princess Cup” 3rd AVC Women’s Volleyball Challenge Cup turns into actions, all six referees designated to officiate at the June 24-29 tournament are actively ready to do their duty in the single round-robin tournament.

All the referees attended the theoretical part in the Thursday morning, with AVC Referees Committee Chairman Mr Songsak Chareonpong instructing them in the refereeing knowledge and task instruction specificity.  The Referee & VIS Clinic was conducted later in the afternoon, with all referees, court and referee managers and supervisors, announcers, scorers, line judges, VIS staffs together with two demonstration teams attending the practical part. The light and sound system at the competition venue Nakhon Pathom Sports Centre Gymnasium was also tested to make sure it works out properly during the matchdays.

As two demonstration teams from Nakhon Pathom Sports School were competing in a real situation, referees stood an equal chance of officiating one set apiece and all of them also learned how to cope well with the Video Challenge.

“Among six referees designated to officiate in the AVC Women’s Challenge Cup here, three are experienced international referees, the remaining three are candidates. Therefore, the first group of experienced referees had no problem learning everything, while the candidate referees still need some more times to develop their skills and knowledge. However, in all, their performances are satisfactory,” said Referee Delegate Mr Jeerachai Kasemsook.

After conclusion of the six-day tournament, AVC Referees Committee Chairman Mr Songsak Chareonpong will make a report to AVC to assess each referee’s performance during the tournament in order that they can be promoted and get more assignments in future major AVC Championships

Following are six referees to officiate in the “21st Princess Cup” 3rd AVC Women’s Challenge Cup.

Mr Rameshwar Singh Chauhan (India)

Ms Lam Ka Wai (Hong Kong, China)

Mr Muhamad Fathi Bin Ahmad (Malaysia)

Mr Wong Tick Woon (Singapore)

Ms Butsarin Hmog Mung Muang (Thailand)

Mr Nurzhan Omirzak, Kazakhstan (Uzbekistan)

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