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Referees to 26 February 2018
Six Nations are back in action as they reach half-way. Six different levels are in action.
Law discussion: Kwagga´s try
Any reason not to award a try? By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.
SANZAAR Camp Discussion
In December, SANZAAR held a camp in Stellenbosch to discuss the management of the coming Super Rugby season of 2018. By Paul Dobson, Moonsport.
Duty Ref 541 - Jaco Peyper
Rugby in South Africa is gradually moving out of summer sloth and getting ready for action. The same is true for referees, who will be heading off to their camp later this month with the prospect of fitness tests. Jaco Peyper, one of the world's best referees, is taking time to answer readers' questions.
Duty Ref 540 - Lourens van der Merwe
Still an active referee, though he is lately more inclined to sit up in the TMO box than on his feet down on the field, Lourens van der Merwe was recently elected the chairman of the Free State Referees' Society, a man who has done much for refereeing in South Africa.
Duty Ref 539 - Jaco van Heerden
Jaco van Heerden is a busy man - husband and father, practising advocate and referee much in demand. On Sunday he was at Loftus Versfeld for a Currie Cup match and this week he is in Bloemfontein when the Cheetahs play the Blue Bulls. Busy though he is, he still has time to answer readers' questions.
Clip 5 - 16 February 2018 - Law 3
HIA on the knee? With 14 minutes to play in the match between France and Ireland in Paris, scrumhalf Antoine Dupont comes on as a substitute for Maxime Machenaud, France's startin...
Clip 2 - 16 February 2018 - Law 14
Release? In the Sevens at Hamilton in New Zealand, England play South Africa. England have the ball and their player is held by a South African. Neither go to ground. Another Englishm...
Clip 1 - 12 February 2018 - Law 13
"You must let him up. You played him on the ground." In a Sevens match between England and South Africa in Hamilton, New Zealand, Rosko Speckman of South Africa kicks a long...