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    Posted: 05 January 2016 at 2:11pm

20th January  in the Quinnell Lounge at Parc Y Scarlets, 7:30PM, Meet the Referees Night with WRU Head of Match Officials Nigel Whitehouse.

Please support this Crys16 event and come and get a great insight in to rugby refereeing.
 
Bar will be open.

20fed o Ionawr - Parc Y Scarlets, 7:30PM, Dewch i Noswaith Cwrdd a'r Dyfarnwr gyda Phennaeth Swyddogion Gem Undeb Rygbi Cymru, Nigel Whitehouse.

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Great with the two young pro refs Craig Evans and Ben Whitehouse also joining Nigel Whitehouse on the night. Obliged to the guys for agreeing to come along and  it is fantastic to have another potentially great Crys16 Night coming up in Llanelli. Thumbs Up
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The shove of Wayne Barnes at the Ospreys v Clermont game was very unusual -was Barnes right just to penalise (almost accepting he was in the way and to blame even) or should it have been red? The player was pumped up all game and was a lucky boy i think.
 
Interesting to get the Pro 12 refereees rule application thoughts on this on Wednesday night Geek
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