Officiating Resources

Officiating Introduction

The TLGHA supports players who aspire to become involved in officiating. Officiating provides players with valuable work experience, a modest source of income, leadership skills, and a way to enrich their involvement in the game either during or after their playing career. Many players begin officiating as timekeepers; later they may decide to become trained as referees.

ANNUAL CERTIFICATION CLINIC

Saturday September 7, 2019 at Northlea United Church (basement). Please contact Beth Brotherstone to register.

Contact for more information

✉ To become a referee in Leaside House League, DS, or Competitive, please contact the Referee-in-Chief, Beth Brotherstone.

✉ To become a timekeeper, please contact the Assigner for Leaside House League and DS, Lisa Kelcher, or the Assigner for Wildcats Competitive, Burne O’Doherty.

✉ To register a concern about an incident in Leaside House League or DS, please contact the EVP House League, Eric Sinkins.

✉ To register a concern about an incident in Wildcats Competitive, please contact the EVP Competitive, Martin Cecchetto.