South African referee Craig Joubert has retired after refereeing his 200th and final World Rugby Sevens Series match, at the London Sevens this past weekend.
Joubert had retired from the 15-man game at the end of 2016.
The 40-year-old refereed 69 Tests, more than 100 Super Rugby matches and 80 Currie Cup clashes, including five finals between the two competitions.
He will now work for World Rugby where he will mentor and coach the referees on the sevens circuit.
He’s refereed Test matches, Super Rugby, the Rugby World Cup 2011 final and yesterday finished his 200th match on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
After a great career, Craig Joubert has hung up his boots.
Go well Craig! pic.twitter.com/IE7KIFHVs1
— World Rugby (@WorldRugby) June 4, 2018