The French twosome of Jerome Garces and Romain Poite and South Africa’s Jaco Peyper will assume responsibility of the three up and coming tests including New Zealand and the British and Irish Lions in Auckland and Wellington.
World Rugby affirmed that 36-year-old South African authority Jaco Peyper will control the main Test on June 24 in Auckland. Peyper was vigorously scrutinized for his treatment of the All Blacks conflict with Ireland at the Aviva last November.
Jerome Garces, who refereed England’s Six Nations conflict against Ireland in Dublin a weekend ago, has been selected to the second Test in Wellington seven days after the fact. Also, Garces’ kinsman Romain Poite will be man in the center at Auckland’s Eden Park on July 8.
It will be a moment progressive Lions Test arrangement appearance for Poite, who controlled the third and choosing 2013 challenge against Australia in Sydney. He has refereed more than 50 Tests matches amid his vocation.
Lions visit ref arrangements: June 3 – Provincial Union XV (Angus Gardner, Australia); 7 – Blues (Pascal Gauzere, France); 10 – Crusaders (Mathieu Raynal, France); 13 – Highlanders (Angus Gardner); 17 – Maori (Jaco Peyper, South Africa); 20 – Chiefs (Jerome Garces, France); 24 – New Zealand (Jaco Peyper); 27 – Hurricanes (Romain Poite, France); July 1 – New Zealand (Jerome Garces); July 8 – New Zealand (Romain Poite).