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Local referees to the fore for busy rugby week-end at all levels

WITH Round 3 of the Six Nations rolling around, along with action in the Guinness Pro14, IRFU Officials are set for action across Europe.
On Friday evening in the NatWest 6 Nations, John Lacey is an assistant referee in Paris for the game between France and Italy.
In the U20 Six Nations Championship, Sean Gallagher takes charge of France U20 versus Italy U20, with Nigel Correll and Barrie O’Connell as his assistant referees and Olly Hodges as TMO.
Sam Grive-White of the Scottish Rugby Union is the man on the whistle for the Ireland U20s clash with Wales in Donnybrook.
In the Women’s Six Nations, Joy Neville referees Scotland versus England in Scotstoun.
The Ireland Club XV face their Scottish counterparts in the Ulster Bank Club International in Dubarry Park in Athlone and Karol Collins and Daithi Flood are assistant referees for that game, with Matthew Turvey for the RFU the man in the middle.
In the Guinness Pro14, George Clancy is in Wales to referee The Dragons against Edinburgh, with Kieran Barry as one of the assistant referees. Ken Imbusch is one of the assistant referees in the RDS when Leinster host the Southern Kings.
On Saturday, Glen Jackson takes charge of Ireland’s match against Wales in their second home game of the NatWest 6 Nations. His assistant referees are Pascal Gauzere of the FFR and Matthew Carley of the RFU. Rowan Kitt (RFU) is TMO, with the IRFU providing the 4th, 5th and 6th Officials in Stuart Gaffikin, Shane Kierans and Justin Deegan.
Andrew Brace is an assistant referee to Nigel Owens in Murrayfield for Scotland’s game against England, with Simon McDowell as TMO.
In the Women’s Six Nations, Kevin Beggs is TMO when France Women meet Italy Women.
In the Guinness Pro14, Eddie Hogan-O’Connell and Oisin Quinn are assistant referees when Bennetton Rugby host Connacht in Treviso.
On Sunday, Helen O’Reilly and John Carvill are assistant referees to the RFU’s Sara Cox when Ireland Women host Wales Women in Donnybrook.
Frank Murphy is in Italy for the Guinness Pro14 game between Zebre and Cardiff with Eddie Hogan-O’Connell as AR1.
IRFU Referee Appointments: 23rd – 25th February 2018
Friday 23rd February
NatWest 6 Nations
France v Italy: John Lacey (AR1)
U20’s Six Nations
France U20 v Italy U20: Sean Gallagher (Ref), Nigel Correll (AR1), Barrie O’Connell (AR2), Olly Hodges (TMO).
Ireland U20 v Wales U20: Sam Grove-White, SRU (Ref), Mike Adamson, SRU (AR1), Bob Nevins, SRU, (AR2), Neil Paterson, SRU (TMO). Dermot Thomas Blake (4th Official), Tim Townend (5th Official), Justin Deegan (6th Official / Stats)
Women’s Six Nations
Scotland v England: Joy Neville (Ref), Brian MacNeice (TMO)
Ulster Bank Club International
Ireland Club XV v Scotland Club XV: Matthew Turvery, RFC (Ref) Karol Collins (AR1), Daithi Flood (AR2)
Guinness Pro14
Dragons v Edinburgh: George Clancy (Ref), Kieran Barry (AR1)
Leinster v Southern Kings: Ken Imbusch (AR1), Peter Fitzgibbon (TMO)
Saturday 24th February
NatWest 6 Nations
Ireland v Wales: Glen Jackson, NZRU (Ref), Pascal Gauzere, FFR (AR1) Matthew Carley, RFU (AR2), Stuart Gaffikin (4th Official), Shane Kierans (5th Official), Justin Deegan (6th Official / Stats)
Scotland v England: Andrew Brace (AR2), Simon McDowell (TMO)
Women’s Six Nations
France v Italy: Kevin Beggs (TMO)
Guinness Pro14
Benetton Rugby v Connacht: Eddie Hogan-O’Connell (AR1), Oisin Quinn (AR2)
Sunday 25th February
Women’s Six Nations
Ireland v Wales: Sara Cox, RFU (Ref), Helen O’Reilly (AR1), John Carvill (AR2), Claire Hodnett, RFU (TMO), Cillian Hogan (4th Official), Glenn Sheridan (5th Official), Justin Deegan (6th Official / Stats)
Guinness Pro14
Zebre v Cardiff Blues: Frank Murphy (Ref), Eddie Hogan-O’Connell (AR1)

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