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EPCR announce Champions Cup quarter finals referees

By Ian Cameron
(Photo by Bob Bradford - CameraSport via Getty Images)

The EPCR have announced the officials that will take charge of the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarter-finals in May.

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On Saturday, 7 May, England’s Luke Pearce will referee the match between Munster and current Heineken Champions Cup holders, Stade Toulousain, at the Aviva Stadium.

In arguably the most mouthwatering clash of the weekend, France’s Mathieu Raynal will referee the match between Leicester Tigers and Leinster Rugby at Mattioli Woods Welford Road.

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On Saturday, 7 May, England’s Karl Dickson will call the match between last season’s finalists, Stade Rochelais, and Montpellier Hérault Rugby at Stade Marcel-Deflandre, and Ireland’s Andrew Brace will call the last-eight match between Racing 92 and Sale Sharks at Paris La Défense Arena the following day.

On Friday, May 6th, the EPCR Challenge Cup quarter-finals kick off at Kingsholm with the Gloucester Rugby v Saracens match, which will be refereed by Frank Murphy of Ireland, and on Saturday, May 7th, the matches pitting Edinburgh Rugby against Wasps and Lyon against Glasgow Warriors will be refereed by Pierre Brousset of France and Matthew Carley of England, respectively.

Scotland’s Mike Adamson has been appointed for the Anglo-French confrontation between two-time EPCR Challenge Cup finalists, RC Toulon, and London Irish at Stade Félix Mayol on Sunday, 8 May.

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