ICE HOCKEY UK – REFEREE SECTION
This section of the website has information regarding the setup of referees across the UK. All officials from Level 1 through to Elite are registered as part of the IHUK Referee Section.
We have an Officiating Management Team in place who are responsible for managing the performance of officials with-in specific levels.
Please see our IHUK Referee Section Management Chart for more information.
We will look to update this page with more information shortly and a stand-alone website for the IHUK Referee Section is currently being created at www.ihukreferee.co.uk
In the meantime, if there is a question you are unsure of or would like further information that you cannot find in this section, please contact the relevant person below…
|Referee Chief||Joy Johnstonemail@example.com|
|Deputy Referee Chief||Michael Evansfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Officiating Manager – Level 1||Nathan Ormondemail@example.com|
If you are interested to become an official or take a Level 1 Course – please contact our Level 1 Officiating Manager.
Please contact the Referee Chief and Deputy Referee Chief for all other enquiries.
Our management structure is shown below (click to open full size):
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