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.
The EP Referees Society will return to adjudicating club matches after EPRU cancelled all club games last weekend over the poor treatment of referees.
SANZAR has appointed the referees for Saturday's semifinals. Jaco Peyper will referee in Sydney, Glen Jackson in Christchurch.
Oregopotse Rametsi of the Leopards Referees' Society will referee the prestigious main match on the last day of the 2014 Craven Week in Middelburg.
The Eastern Province Referees' Society informed their union that they would not be providing referees to club matches for this coming Saturday.
The referees for Super Rugby's preliminary play-off matches have been chosen - Craig Joubert of South Africa and Steve Walsh of Australia.
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