Top NZ referee retires from Test duty

2015-11-11 16:30
Chris Pollock (Getty Images)

Cape Town - New Zealand referee Chris Pollock has announced his retirement from international rugby.

According to the website, the 43-year-old Pollock has returned to full-time teaching in his home province of Hawke's Bay.

Pollock was on the refereeing panel for the recent Rugby World Cup and his last match as an assistant in the Bronze Final between South Africa and Argentina.

Pollock officiated in 192 first class matches, including 22 Tests and 70 Super Rugby matches.

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