Marius Jonker calls it a day

2014-10-30 09:17
Marius Jonker (File)
Cape Town - South African referee Marius Jonker has announced his retirement from top-level refereeing.

The 46-year-old refereed a Test between Namibia and Germany in Windhoek on Wednesday night and after the final whistle confirmed that he had retired from first class refereeing and that it was his last match in charge.

Namibia won the game 58-20.

Jonker has been a regular at Currie Cup and Super Rugby level since 2005 and was also involved at the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France.

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