SA Rugby Referees news

Barrett-Theron, Van Heerden receive final honours

Barrett-Theron, Van Heerden receive final honours

Posted on October 16, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

South Africa’s leading female referee Aimee Barrett-Theron will add another big feat to her growing list of achievements on Friday when she becomes the first female referee to officiate the SA Rugby U20 Championship final in Welkom. The Griffons will line up against the Limpopo Blue Bulls in the clash, which will be hosted at […]

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Four SA referees appointed in November Tests

Four SA referees appointed in November Tests

Posted on October 13, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

Match officials named for Castle Lager Outgoing Tour Former provincial player, Egon Seconds, is one of four South African referees who will feature in the forthcoming internationals, World Rugby confirmed when they announced the names of the match officials who will do duty during the end-of-year Tests from the end of October to early December. […]

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Women’s RWC a career highlight for Barrett-Theron

Women’s RWC a career highlight for Barrett-Theron

Posted on August 29, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

South Africa’s leading female referee Aimee Barrett-Theron on Tuesday rated the Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland as one of her career highlights and said it was a special experience to return to the international spectacle holding the whistle. Barrett-Theron played in the Women’s Rugby World Cup in 2010 in England and the Women’s Rugby […]

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Massive honour for Barrett-Theron at Women’s RWC

Massive honour for Barrett-Theron at Women’s RWC

Posted on August 8, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

South Africa’s top female referee Aimee Barrett-Theron will celebrate Women’s Day on a memorable note on Wednesday as she takes charge of the opening match of the Women’s Rugby World Cup between defending champions, England, and Spain in Dublin. Barrett-Theron and Cwengile Jadezweni, who was also a member of the referee panel at the World […]

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SA Rugby condemns anti-social behaviour against match officials

SA Rugby condemns anti-social behaviour against match officials

Posted on August 4, 2017  /  Issued by SA Rugby

Spectators abusing and assaulting referees should have criminal charges laid against them and be prosecuted, the President of SA Rugby, Mr Mark Alexander, said on Thursday, appealing to spectators, players and parents to respect the role of the match officials in the dynamics of the game. Mr Alexander’s comments follow a recent attack on a […]

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