Two women referees in the European Challenge, a rare decision

Two women referees in the European Challenge, a rare decision

The two new women will now referee the men’s European Challenge matches. They are Sarah Cox and Holly Davidson. A woman first got the role in December 2017, when it was Irishman Joy Neville. No other woman has been refereed men’s matches since then.

English woman Sarah Cox Scottish Holly Davidson The European Rugby Cup organizers, the ECR, announced on Wednesday. Sarah Cox Will be staged in a European competition. They will be refereed when the Italians go to the agency for the third day of the European Challenge. the next day, Holly Davidson will officiate the first Challenge Cup match between the Falcons and the Castros Olympics in Newcastle.

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Irish in December 2017 Joy Neville On the fourth day of the European Challenge, Bordeaux-Bagles became the first woman referee to win a European men’s rugby match during a 36-27 victory over the Russians. On the French side, Agent, who has one win and one defeat this season, continues to qualify for the round of 16, with Castras continuing with two defeats in a row.

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