2020/2021 Season Information


A supervisor with the RCBA is the person responsible for the facility where games are held. They are responsible for bringing the game equipment to the assigned location and unlocking the facility.  They are to stay on site for the duration of the games and once all are completed supervisors will lock up the facility and mail in the completed score sheets.  This is a paid position and payroll can either be distributed monthly or twice a season (upon supervisors request). Applicants must be in Grade 9, and the starting wage is $11/hour. 

2020-2021 Supervising Job Opportunities

The deadline for the upcoming season to apply to be a Supervisor, is currently closed. 


New Applicants must be 14 years of age and in grade 9 by October 1st each year. 
New officials will begin officiating in the grade 3 and 4 division. 
New officials receive extensive training and mentoring.

Game fees are are paid according the Level an officials is in or the Division the the officials is officiating.  New/Level 1 officials $22, Level 2 officials $27, Level 3 officials $32 and High School Games $35.

Applications for new officials are accepted August 1st to September 15th 

Officials clinics are held October.

The application process for new officials for the 2020-2021 Season is currently closed. 

Referee Clinic

Tentative Dates:


Referee Exam Dates

Referee Training Clinics


Referee Reference Tools

RCBA Rule Book*: click here to download

FIBA Rule Book:  click here to download

FIBA Rule Book Officials Interpretation: click here to download

FIBA Two Person Officiating: click here to download

RCBA Rule Book*: click here to download

RCBA Referee Code of Conduct: click here to download

RCBA Scorekeeping & Timing Roles click here to download

FIBA & RCBA: Fouls & Conduct  click here to download

FIBA & RCBA: Violations GH click here to download

FIBA & RCBA: Violations click here to download

Referee Payroll Sheet click here to download

Referee Incident Report click here to download

Referee payroll dates: TBD

Officials Duties click here to download

Referee Duties click here to download

Game Management click here to download

Intro to Officiating click here to download

Pre- Game RCBA click here to download

RCBA Referring Points of Emphasis click here to download

FIBA Rule Change Summary click here to download

FIBA Points of Emphasis click here to download

CABO Education Library click here

Rule Clarifications

Over the course of each season the Referee in Chief will post information in this section in regards to rule clarifications.  Please refer back to this section regularly.

1) In the final 2 minutes of a game is the ball advanced from the backcourt to the frontcourt if either team call a timeout or only if the team in possession of the ball calls a timeout?

The defending team's timeout would have no impact on the positioning of the ball to the front court. They could call a time out but the ball would remain at the point of the violation or foul. Only when a team is allowed the ball in its back court and then calls the timeout is it moved to the throw-in line in its front court. Thus only the white team timeout would move the ball forward to the throw-in line in the front court.

The FIBA rules application are as follows:

Throw-ins: 17.2.4 When the game clock shows 2:00 minutes or less of the fourth period and of each extra period, following a time-out taken by the team that is entitled to possession of the ball from its backcourt, the subsequent throw-in shall be administered at the throw-in line opposite the scorer's table in the team's frontcourt.

Timeouts: 18.2.8 A time-out shall not be permitted to the scoring team when the game clock shows 2:00 minutes or less of the fourth period and of each extra period and, following a successful field goal unless an official has stopped the game.