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There is no dispute that Craig Joubert's approach made for a flowing contest. Photo / Getty Images There's a hint of suspicion that self-preservation may have crept to the top of leading referees' agendas in recent weeks and it is damaging the All
Wallabies hooker Stephen Moore will have to contend with both the All Blacks and new scrum laws on Saturday night. Photo: Tamara Dean As if a 12-day Test preparation under a new coach wasn't enough, new scrum laws are heaping further pressure on the
Players in tomorrow night's Super Rugby final will not only be vying for the highly prized teams title but also for individual honours. While the team prize will be totally dominating the focus of both Chiefs and Brumbies players at Waikato Stadium,
South African referee Craig Joubert will control the Super Rugby final between the Chiefs and Brumbies in Hamilton on Saturday. It is understood that Joubert, who officiated in the final of the World Cup between the All Blacks and France in 2011, has
Craig Joubert will referee the Bulls-Brumbies Super Rugby semi-final at Loftus Versfeld, whilst Steve Walsh will oversee the Chief-Crusaders on Saturday. South Africa's most-decorated currently active referee, Joubert, was rewarded for a consistently
South Africa's Craig Joubert will referee the first Test under the scrum engagement trial sequence when he takes charge of the Rugby Championship match between Australia and New Zealand in Sydney on August 17. The International Rugby Board (IRB) on
When Philippe Saint-Andre said France "lost their lucidity and precision after 60 minutes and with it the game," he was in part criticising himself: the coach made his key substitution decisions either side of the hour mark, and they all went wonky
Wednesday Oct 24, 2012 There is a line in rugby that no one is allowed to cross...Disgruntled coaches, however valid their gripes, are contractually prevented from airing their grievances about officials.
All points led to Eden Park as the All Blacks waited their chance to emulate their predecessors from 1987. It was the nation's greatest rugby inquiry since the All Blacks were pipped by illness and a dropped goal in extra time in South Africa in 1995.
His name jumped out at me in the latest list of international refereeing appointments for the November internationals in Europe. The IRB has sent out the list of referees who will take charge of the bulging programme of 35 internationals. Garces is