Bangkok, Thailand, February 15, 2023– The Referees Committee assessed its duties as well as duties at previous AVC events as well as maintained Members upgraded on key refereeing problems as well as upcoming volleyball occasions throughout its yearly meeting in a crossbreed style on Wednesday.
Shanrit, center, supervises the opening of the meeting
AVC Referees Committee Chairman Mr Songsak Chareonpong from Thailand, himself Member of the FIVB Rules of the Game as well as Refereeing Commission, as well as Secretary Mr Takashi Shimoyama from Japan signed up with the meeting from the AVC Headquarters in Bangkok.
AVC Referees Committee holds its yearly meeting
Other Members went to on Zoom containing Mr Ibrahim Mohd Al-Naama from Qatar, Mr Dean Edward Turner from Australia, Mr Santiago Beny Coonghe from India, Mr Chang Chin-Jong from Chinese Taipei, Mr Mohammad Shamiri from Iran, Mr Wang Ning from China, Mr Samuel Montalvo from American Samoa, Dr Khaled Al Zughaibi from Saudi Arabia, Dr Amur Humaid Abdullah Al Tuqi from Oman as well as Mr Jirachai Kasemsook, previous TVA Referee Committee Chairman that has actually been functioning carefully with AVC as Referee Sub-Committee in lots of AVC Championships.
Songsak, much left, Shanrit, center, as well as Shimoyama, much appropriate
Prior to the Wednesday’s meeting, AVC Honorary Life Vice President as well as AVC Executive Director Mr Shanrit Wongprasert provided a welcome address to all individuals.
“On behalf of AVC President Mrs Rita Subowo, I would like to welcome everyone to this meeting. I’m confident that from next year, the situation will return to normal and then we can conduct all the meetings onsite. This year, I’m very upbeat that AVC can organise all championships and absolutely, we need your kind cooperation to conduct all championships and we also hope that everything should be on schedule. The Sports Events Council completed its annual meeting yesterday and everything has already been fixed. Only a little bit modification is needed,” Mr Shanrit was estimated as claiming.
From left, Songsak, Shanrit as well as Shimoyama
“This year, many multi-sports Games will be held in Asia including the Asian Games in China and the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Thailand. Therefore, all of us have good opportunities to work closely together and we need your contribution. Nowadays, many things have changed very fast, especially all FIVB events. There is no more line judge on duty. However, as far as I’m concerned, in Asia, our technology is not the same as FIVB and as a result, we still need dedicated referees and experienced line judges to help us under your guidance. I wish your meeting a great success,” he included.
Dr Eom, much left, signs up with the meeting as unique visitor
AVC Sports Events Council Chairman Dr Eom Han-Joo, welcomed as unique visitor by Mr Songsak, likewise went to the meeting from the AVC Headquarters onWednesday “As Mr Shanrit has mentioned earlier, there are many AVC events to be held this year. So, we are asking you to sit on the jury table in the competition site, not in your home. We have eight AVC competitions this year and I hope every single of you can have a chance to get out of your country, meet a lot of friends and work together somewhere, sometimes this year. I wish you a very successful meeting,” Dr Eom stated.
Songsak as well as Shimoyama carry out the meeting
Mr Shanrit more educated the meeting that AVC has actually currently finished its E-Scoresheet “Our E-Scoresheet is very simple for the operators to conduct. The quotation for all the federations is very simple and takes no high cost. So, our E-Scoresheet can be applied for use in all the AVC Championships this year and therefore,we need no more electronic scoreboard because our E-scoresheet can present current points given and all the results on the LED Screen. Furthermore, Dr Eom and IT staff will finalise our VIS system, from which the outcome is not different from the FIVB, but will be easier for all the federations to use our VIS system. So, now we have our own E-scoresheet and we can conduct it onsite,” Mr Shanrit discussed.
Also talking in advance of the meeting, AVC Secretary General Mr Kiattipong Radchatagriengkai stated, “We are very happy to work closely with all of you. I would like to thank you all for your hard work in the last few years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, there are many AVC events to be held and Dr Eom has already confirmed and set up all competitions. I strongly hope that all championships will be organised successfully this year not only for seniors, but also juniors, underage and beach volleyball events,” he stated.
Mr Shimoyama likewise welcomed all individuals, establishing his views on seeing all Members offered chances to interact once again in 2023 AVC competitors.
After that, the meeting recognized the Minutes of previous AVC RC Meeting on February 21, 2022 as well as pertinent umpire matters offered throughout the 45 th AVC BACHELOR’S DEGREE Meeting on June 26, 2022.
A variety of vital records existed by Mr Songsak consisting of the yearly AVC RC Meeting to FIVB RC for 2022 beach ball as well as coastline volley ball occasions as well as the AVC Referee Coach for 2022 AVC occasions.
In regards to the AVC Referee Coach Reports for 2022 AVC occasions, it was educated that 10 beach ball champions were arranged in 2014, with just 6 AVC coastline volley ball occasions happening on the exact same year.
In this event, Mr Songsak had actually asked those selected as Referee Delegate/Referee Coach to discuss the referees’ responsibilities as well as the issues they had actually encountered, their efficiencies along with their English language degree as well as use the Video Challenge System in each competition they officiated in 2014.
In recap, Mr Songsak educated that an overall of 91 referees, 64 guys as well as 27 females, had actually officiated in the 2022 AVC beach ball occasions, carrying out 286 suits in total amount.
He included that it was a pity that Mr Turner, Mr Al Touqi, Mr Wang Ning, Mr Montalvo as well as Mr Adel Hussein did not obtain an opportunity to officiate in any kind of competition in 2014 because of the stringent COVID-19 avoidance steps in their corresponding nations. Also, to conserve the AVC’s expense, just Members that stay in a nation neighbouring the host country will certainly be initially thought about to officiate in those events.
Following indicators of boosting COVID-19 scenario in Asia, Mr Turner stated he was positive that he will certainly be selected as Referee Delegate as well as return to operate in some AVC events this year.
Aside from the 2022 AVC occasions elevated for factor to consider, records on the 2022 Zonal task for beach ball as well as coastline volley ball were likewise considered more conversation.
Regarding the info on the FIVB Rules of the Game as well as Refereeing Commission Meeting on December 14, 2022, the listing of 2023 FIVB Volleyball Categorisation, the listing of 2022-2023 FIVB Beach Volleyball Categorisation, the listing of FIVB Referee Coaches & & Instructor Volleyball & Beach Volleyball 2023, the listing of FIVB Challenge Referees Volleyball as well as Beach Volleyball for 2023 were likewise educated to the meeting.
Importantly, Mr Songsak verified that the proposition for the outstanding accessibility of 4 AVC IR Beach Volleyball to “C” has actually currently obtained the permission from FIVB. They make up Mr Ahmad Abdulla from Qatar, Mr Hussain Mohamed from Maldives, Mr Khaled Alhantoubi from the UAE as well as Ms Tanya Kowald from Australia.
Ibrahim Mohd Al-Naama
Meanwhile, 3 AVC Refereeing Courses were organized in 2022 consisting of AIRCC Volleyball in Qatar from June 3 to 9, the AIRCC Beach Volleyball in Thailand in between July 25 as well as 31 as well as the AVC Volleyball Referee Refresher Course in Thailand throughout November 30 as well as December 4, while 4 programs will certainly be kept in 2023.
Mr Songsak determined the 4 programs as the AIRCC Volleyball in Chinese Taipei from March 6 to 12, the AIRCC Volleyball in Baghdad, Iraq throughout May 1 as well as 7, the AIRCC Volleyball in Sri Lanka in May as well as the AIRCC Beach Volleyball in Kyrgyzstan in August.
“Various proposals will be submitted to the AVC Board of Administration 2023 for approval. They include the list of Asian Volleyball International Referee Candidate in Doha, Qatar in 2022, the list of Asian Beach Volleyball International Referee Candidate in Bangkok, Thailand in 2022, the Asian Volleyball Candidate Referee qualified to be the Asian International Referee, the list of AVC Beach Volleyball Completed Assessment for “two” occasions with “two” various years, the boost of the age restriction of AVC Candidate Volleyball as well as Beach Volleyball Referee that passed the training course in 2017, 2019 as well as 2019 for 2 even more years because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the brand-new alteration of the AVC Video Challenge Regulation 2023 as well as of the AVC Refereeing Course Regulation 2022,” he stated.
Additionally, the AVC Template to be utilized for 2023, the AVC Referee Clinic Test, 2023 AVC Competition Calendar as well as Member schedule for AVC occasions in 2023 were likewise taken into consideration throughout the meeting.
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