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On Friday (7 p.m.), Holly Davidson and Joy Neville will take charge of the Munster-Treviso Refereeing at Pro14. Holly Davidson (28) of Scotland and Joy Neville (37) of Ireland will be the two referees for Friday’s professional match. He will be the first central referee not to lead a professional men’s match. The second (37 years old) public who have already had this experience is well aware, especially in France. In November 2017, she became the first female head referee in the European Challenge Bordeaux-Buggles – NC-STM men’s competition.

A week ago, she took over as Linesman during the France-Japan period. Last Saturday, the former third tier (70 caps) of the Irish team took over as video referee at Twickenham during England-France, advising Andrew Bryce to allow the English second tier Moro Itoje to pass the test. Read this too English success strives against the causes of the blues
On Friday, at Thomont Park, they will face the screen again, so that, with support, Holly Davidson will finally enjoy the experience of being the head referee of a men’s match. Women’s Sixth Tournament. The former scout of the Scottish national under-20 team will lead Glasgow-Treviso in the Pro 14 and Newcastle-Castres in the European Challenge in January. But each time, matches were postponed due to an epidemic.

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