- Official awarded Wales two controversial tries against England
- World Rugby backs Gaüzère despite his ‘unfortunate events’
Pascal Gaüzère will not be dropped from the Six Nations panel of referees despite admitting that he should not have allowed Wales’s opening two tries against England in Cardiff on Saturday.
Gaüzère, who was due to have a reunion with England in Dublin as a touch judge on the final weekend, will instead referee Scotland’s match against Italy at Murrayfield after Covid-19 restrictions meant Jaco Peyper had to withdraw because he was unable to leave his native South Africa.
Written by Paul Rees
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