World Rugby has appointed an experienced English whistle referee for the November 20 Test against New Zealand in the State of France. Upper level competition, upper level referee. Logically, Wayne Barnes, an Englishman who is considered one of the best referees in the world, will lead one of the most anticipated matches of the Autumn Tests. France-New Zealand on November 20 In the State of France. So World Rugby decided this Wednesday, releasing all the officials who will be on the bridge in the coming weeks. Two major trials for Matthew Rainal and Romain Boyd at State de France on November 6 will be officiated by New Zealand whistleblower Ben O’Keefe, who already led the Blues last summer in Australia. Georgia South Africa will be overseen by Damon Murphy on November 14 in Bordeaux. Read more Galthié moves the lines The French referees will lead two matches at the center, not least. Matthew Reynolds will take over Wales-New Zealand on October 30 and Roman Boyd on November 7 in Scotland-Australia. Note also that the other two French whistles, Ludovic Gair and Duel Traini, make their debut as co-referees at an international concert, especially on November 20 in Italy-Uruguay.
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