How does a referee prepare for a match? | 6 Nations 360 with Hollie Davidson

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On this week’s episode of 6 Nations 360, Hollie Davidson gives us some insight into how the refereeing team prepares in the lead up to a match as she prepared to oversee the Wales v Ireland fixture.

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