Officials are important to amateur sport in Saskatchewan. They keep sport safe, fair and fun. They are skilled, knowledgeable, passionate and dedicated. And, our competitions cannot be held without them.
RESOURCES & TOOLS
A variety of tools and resources are available for Sask Sport members to help raise awareness of the importance of officials; to support your recruitment, education and recognition efforts; and, to encourage respectful participation by all involved in sport.
Saskatchewan Resources & Tools
Officials' Awareness Campaign
Respectful Participation in Sport
SPORT. It's More Than A Game
Officials' Development Task Force Report
Education & Training Opportunities
Other Valuable Resources
LATEST NEWS FOR OFFICIALS
Sask Sport Inc. announces the 2017 Saskatchewan Sport Award Recipients
Congratulations to Susanne Mitchell and Gary Thronberg for the much deserved recognition.
Chadwick Appointed to Officiating Development Committee
Softball Canada - Ottawa, ON
Softball Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Brent Chadwick (Assiniboia, Sask.) to a two-year term on the National Officiating Development Committee, effective October 1.
Sports communities mourn passing of Dennis Pomeroy
Pomeroy was a long-time curling coach who also served as a director with the Saskatchewan Curling Association (now CurlSask) for 12 years. In volleyball, he was a coach, an internationally certified official and the executive director of Sask Volleyball.
Saskatchewan's First Ever Soccer Official on the FIFA List
It is the Saskatchewan Soccer Association's great pride and pleasure to announce that Chantal Boudreau has been officially invited to join the 2015 FIFA Assistant Referee List. First time ever, Saskatchewan is represented by a soccer referee at the international level.
Read the latest news from Sask Sport Inc.
For more information on Officials' Development in Saskatchewan:
Garett Mathiason, Coaching and Officials Development Coordinator
Sask Sport Inc.
Phone: (306) 780-9312