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Established 1892


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2015 season is almost here.
NSW Referees Department is up and running again after the Christmas break.  Ron, Alex, Robin and Scott are contactable and gearing up for the new season.
Return to Robin Timmins; rtimmins@nswrugby.com.au

Training. NSW Rugby Referee training recommences next Wednesday 21st January at ES Marks Athletics Field, Moore Park (entry via Boronia Street) from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.  All referees, at whatever fitness levels are welcome to attend including new members or those that have not been before. Please note that training takes place regardless of weather conditions. Contact  Referee Coach John Goh on 0417432236, if you require further details.

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2015 Committee as elected at AGM
7th February 2015.
President:       John McCarthy
Secretary:       David Jones-Prichard
Treasurer:      Phil Baird
General           Tim Wills
A big thank you to our outgoing Secretary Ed Martin for his work in his years on the Commitee.
Life Members Elected

During the AGM the membership unanomously endorsed 2 new Life Members of the Association.

Peter Marshall
Former Test Referee, including 2 World Cups
Current Super Rugby TMO
Current NSW Referees Coach

Ian Fraser
Long term referee with the Association
Refereed at Shute Shield level.
Long term Referee Coach with the Association

A big congratulations to both Ian and Peter on this well deserved honour for your long service to the Association and the game of Rugby.
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Peter Marshall

Amy Perrett rerees Women’s Rugby World Cup Final 2104


Amy Perrett WRWC2014

2014 has already been a big year for Amy Perrett.  A regular on the Womens International Sevens tour, a Test Match debut in Scotland early in the year, a Shute Shield debut and a birthday in Paris during the Women's Rugby World Cup.  Overnight she refereed the Women's Rugby World Cup Final in Paris between England and Canada.  Everyone at NSW Rugby Referees Association is extremely proud of her achievement and thrilled to see her achieve this great honour.  Well done Amy.
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