Super League refereeing appointments as Robert Hicks replaces DROPPED official

The next round of Super League fixtures will begin on Friday night with Castleford Tigers taking on Huddersfield Giants live on Sky Sports.

That will be the only game during the week with Hull FC taking on Leeds Rhinos on Saturday afternoon and Catalans Dragons going up against St Helens in a titanic Sky clash later that evening.

Toulouse Olympique will host Hull KR on Saturday night, too, with Wakefield Trinity hosting Wigan Warriors on Sunday afternoon.

Warrington Wolves will also be hoping to build on a 4-0 win over Hull FC last week when Salford Red Devils come to town.

But, just who will be refereeing the fixtures this round of Super League?

Castleford Tigers v Huddersfield Giants
01st July, KO: 20:00
M Com: P. Crashley
Referee: J. Smith
Reserve Referee: J. Vella
Touch Judge 1: J. Roberts
Touch Judge 2: C. Kendall
Video Referee: B. Thaler
Time Keeper: D. Milburn

Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos
02nd July, KO: 15:00
M Com: T. Randerson
Referee: L. Moore
Reserve Referee: L. Rush
Touch Judge 1: A. Moore
Touch Judge 2: C. Worsley
In Goal: M. Smaill
Time Keeper: M. Hebblethwaite

Catalans Dragons v St Helens
02nd July, KO: 18:00
M Com: P. Jenkins
Referee: J. Child
Touch Judge 1: D. Bowmer
Touch Judge 2: G. Poumes
Video Referee: T. Grant
Time Keeper: D. Segura

Toulouse Olympique XIII v Hull KR
02nd July, KO: 21:00
M Com: V. Jenkins
Referee: M. Griffiths
Reserve Referee: E. Peyre
Touch Judge 1: N. Horton
Touch Judge 2: B. Casty

Wakefield Trinity v Wigan Warriors
03rd July, KO: 15:00
M Com: D. Milburn
Referee: C. Kendall
Reserve Referee: J. Lincoln
Touch Judge 1: R. Thompson
Touch Judge 2: L. Moore
In Goal: P. Parker
In Goal 2: C. Worsley
Time Keeper: P. Crashley

Warrington Wolves v Salford Red Devils
03rd July, KO: 15:00
M Com: P. Taberner
Referee: R. Hicks
Reserve Referee: O. Maddock
Touch Judge 1: J. Smith
Touch Judge 2: W. Turley
In Goal: P. Brooke
In Goal 2: P. Marklove

Ben Thaler will be officiating Featherstone Rovers’ game against Newcastle Thunder, whilst Tom Grant does not have a game at all following Leeds Rhinos’ defeat to St Helens last weekend.

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Robert Owen
Robert Owen
1 month ago

Grant was a bit out of his depth missing a number of infringements however there is not enough full time officials and no doubt he will improve, too much has been made re the ‘Regan Try’.