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Question Number: 2316


Lisa Robertson of Marstons Mills, MA USA asks...

I am studying to become a ref and a term on the notes I recieved say WWPPCC. I think it is to remind you what to bring to games but I don't know what it means. Please help me! What does the term WWPPCC mean? Thanks!. -Lisa

Answer provided by Referee Gartenhaus

Hi Lisa, .How about Whistles, Watches, Pens, Paper, Cards and Coin? In addition to these, don't forget water and sunscreen..Welcome to the club.

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Answer provided by Referee ref

Good Advice from our colleague Mr Gartenhaus. Have fun and welcome to the family Lisa.

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