AUSTRALIA’S AMY PERRETT APPOINTED TO REFEREE 2014 WOMENS RUGBY WORLD CUP FINAL

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The IRB today announced that Australia will have a presence in the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup Final with Sydney’s Amy Perrett appointed to referee the clash between England and Canada on Monday morning (AEST) in Paris.

The 25-year-old, who refereed her first top grade men’s XV’s game last month in Sydney’s Shute Shield club Rugby competition, also took charge of the Semi-Final between England and Ireland and has impressed throughout the tournament.

Australian Rugby Union CEO Bill Pulver said: “This is a terrific honour for Amy and testament to the hard work she has put in over the years. She is an extraordinary young Australian who I hope inspires a generation of females to take up match officiating.”

Canberra’ Sarah Corrigan refereed the 2010 Women’s Rugby World Cup Final.

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