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Rugby World Cup quarter-finals referees revealed as Nigel Owens gets huge game and Jaco Peyper takes charge of Wales v France

Wales Online Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Rugby World Cup quarter-finals referees revealed as Nigel Owens gets huge game and Jaco Peyper takes charge of Wales v FranceWorld Rugby have announced the four referees who have been chosen to take charge of the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals
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News video: Wales more confident than France ahead of Rugby World Cup quarter final

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Wales project confidence as they prepare to face France in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals in Japan on Sunday.

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