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Author Topic: What does your Head NSO do?  (Read 7383 times)

Offline Two Pair

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  • League Affiliation: Lafayette Brawlin' Dolls
  • Referee Certification Level: Not Certified
  • NSO Certification Level: Not Certified
Re: What does your Head NSO do?
« Reply #15 on: June 30, 2013, 08:43:12 pm »
I've been promoted to HNSO for my league this year. In the four home bouts we've had, I've been in four different positions: Jam Timer, Penalty Wrangler, Penalty Box Manager, and Lineup Tracker.

The reason I move about is because my NSO crew hasn't been consistent for each bout. I have a few solid people who always show up, but other positions have had people call off for various reasons. We've had a couple visiting NSOs who have various specialties, so we have had gaps for me to fill all over the roster.

Hopefully things will eventually settle down and I will get a large enough crew that spares are available. I'd have to say that the Lineup Tracking position gave me the most flexibility to handle HNSO issues as needed. I have the Lineups at the pivot line, next to and behind the penalty box. I can see and yell at the inside from there, and communicate with the penalty box fairly easily, and the score table at turn 4 is a quick jog away.
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