Marlize Jordaan of South Africa, appointed as a referee to the Women's Rugby World Cup has been out injured with damage to her ankle ligaments but she is nudging her way back
Marlize Jordaan remains on the injured list for the appointment of referees to Round 3 of the Women's World Cup taking place in Paris.
Super Rugby has rushed to its Final and it was a glorious Final in Sydney - great crowd, weather and match as two teams ran at each other. And Craig Joubert was there to referee it.
Marlize Jordaan of South Africa was to have refereed the opening match at the Women's World Cup to start at Marcoussis in Paris on Friday, 1 August 2014.
The IRB has spoken and for purposes of deciding about in in-goal or not, the dead-ball line is to be treated as the touch-in-goal line.
It's the 22nd Super Rugby Final this weekend and, for the third time, Craig Joubert is the referee.
It's the Final of 2014's Super Rugby. That's a big match this week and Craig Joubert's is down to referee it.
For the second year in a row Craig Joubert of South Africa has been appointed to referee the Super Rugby Final.
Rasta Rasivhenge of South Africa will blow the whistle to get the Commonwealth Games Sevens started in Glasgow when New Zealand play Canada.
There are no Tests this week but that is just for this week. But there are the semifinals of Super Rugby, one in Sydney and one in Christchurch. They are top matches.
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