Watson to referee record seventh final
October 18, 2004

Andre Watson will become the first-ever official to referee seven Currie Cup finals when he takes charge of the clash between the Blue Bulls and the Cheetahs on Saturday.
Currently Watson is level with Steve Strydom on six Final appearances.

SA Rugby today confirmed all the appointments for this weekend, which also features the Currie Cup First Division Final, the Under-20 A and B section Finals, Women's Inter-Provincial A and B Finals and the Provincial Amateur Final.

Watson, who is regarded as one of the top referees in the world and earlier this year announced his retirement from international rugby, will be supported on Saturday by Jonathan Kaplan and Shaun Veldsman.

The full list of appointments:

Friday 22 October 2004
12h30 Under-20 "B" Section Final Wildeklawer Griquas vs Mighty
Elephants Ref: Allister van Wyk. TJs: Roderick Barry, Jerome America

14h30 Women's Inter-Provincial "B" Final Boland vs Free State
Ref: Jenny Bentel. TJs: Wendy de Kock, S Edwards

16h30 Currie Cup First Division Final Boland Cavaliers vs Border
Bulldogs Ref: Tappe Henning. TJs: Deon v Blommenstein, JC

TV Ref: James Apollis

Saturday 23 October 2004 Securicor Loftus, Pretoria

09h30 Women's Inter-Provincial "A" Final Blue Bulls vs Mighty
Elephants Ref: Louis Mzomba. TJs: Marcelle Herselman, Erica v

11h30 Provincial Amateur Final Natal vs Investec Western
Province Ref: Phillip Bosch. TJs: Cobus Wessels, Luvuyo

13h30 Under-20 "A" Section Final Blue Bulls vs Golden Lions
Ref: Jamiel Panday. TJs:Johan Steyn, Andries Selemela

16h30 Currie Cup Final Mobil Blue Bulls vs Vodacom
Cheetahs Ref: Andre Watson. TJs: Jonathan Kaplan, Shaun Veldsman

TV Ref: Mark Lawrence

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