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Match Officials for this weekend’s Aviva Premiership Rugby

JP Doyle taking charge in the Aviva Premiership Rugby match between Northampton Saints and Bath Rugby

JP Doyle, Tim Wigglesworth and Greg Garner are the centurion referees taking charge during Aviva Premiership Rugby Round 3.

With marquee clashes across the weekend, Ian Tempest will officiate his 20th Aviva Premiership game on Friday night when Sale Sharks meet Gloucester Rugby at the AJ Bell Stadium, while Craig Maxwell-Keys reaches the same landmark at the Rec.

Matthew Carley takes one step closer to the 50-game landmark and will be just three away after Exeter Chiefs face Harlequins on Saturday.

Match Officials for this weekend’s Aviva Premiership Rugby

Friday September 16:

Sale Sharks v Gloucester Rugby

AJ Bell Stadium, 7.45pm – Live on BT Sport

Referee: Ian Tempest (20th Premiership game).

Assistant Referees: Paul Burton & Simon McConnell.

TMO: Sean Davey.

Saturday September 17:

Bath Rugby v Worcester Warriors

Recreation Ground, 3pm

Referee: Craig Maxwell-Keys (20th Premiership game).

Assistant Referees: Philip Watters & Luke Pearce.

TMO: Geoff Warren.

Exeter Chiefs v Harlequins

Sandy Park, 3pm

Referee: Matthew Carley (47th Premiership game).

Assistant Referees: Paul Dix & Thomas Foley.

TMO: David Sainsbury.

Saracens v Northampton Saints

Allianz Park, 3pm – Live on BT Sport

Referee: Greg Garner (103rd Premiership game).

Assistant Referees: Nigel Carrick & Roy Maybank.

TMO: Trevor Fisher.
Sunday September 18:

Wasps v Bristol Rugby

Ricoh Arena, 2.30pm,

Referee: Tim Wigglesworth (106th Premiership game).

Assistant Referees: Ross Campbell & Gareth Copsey.

TMO: Keith Lewis.

Newcastle Falcons v Leicester Tigers

Kingston Park, 3pm –  Live on BT Sport

Referee: JP Doyle (118th Premiership game).

Assistant Referees: Peter Allan & Jonathan Healy.

TMO: Rowan Kitt.

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