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Officiating is often more mental than physical. The demands on your memory, decision-making, judgment and reactions can be extreme. We don’t focus on mental performance and how to improve it as much as we should, but it’s as vital as studying the rule book or attending association meetings.

Use these simple but effective points of advice to make sure you’re operating at peak efficiency each time to you step on the court, pitch or field.


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