Nigel Owens Names Dan Biggar In The Five Worst Players He Had To Deal With As A Referee | Ruck

Nigel Owens Names Dan Biggar In The Five Worst Players He Had To Deal With As A Referee

Former international referee Nigel Owens has opened up about the most difficult players that he had to officiate during his long-standing career.

The 49-year-old started his career in 1987 and continued to climb up the ranks to take charge of a record 100 test matches

Here is what the former top referee told RUCK about the five worst players he had to deal with in his career…

#1. Austin Healey

Owens said: “Definitely Healey. I only caught him towards the end of his career, thankfully.

“A wonderfully talented player and a very good pundit now, but he always had plenty say and quickly assumed I didn’t like him.

“He’s actually blocked me on Twitter, but I don’t think I’m the only one.”

DID YOU KNOW? Healey won 51 England caps and 2 Lions caps. He played for England at scrum halffly-halffullback and wing

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