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Owens to ref France v Boks in Paris

2017-11-14 08:45
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Cape Town - Welshman Nigel Owens will referee Saturday’s Test between France and South Africa in Paris.

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Owens will be assisted by three Englishmen - Wayne Barnes and Tom Foley as assistant referees - and Rowan Kitt as television match official (TMO).

Saturday’s Test at the Stade de France is scheduled for 21:45 (SA time).

The Springboks' last two Tests on tour will be refereed by two Frenchmen, Romain Poite (v Italy, November 25) and Jerome Garces (v Wales, December 2).

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