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NSWRL referee to make NRL debut

The second member of NSWRL’s high-performance referees squad to make his NRL debut this year happens on Saturday (6 July) when Daniel Luttringer patrols the touchline in the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs-NZ Warriors  game at Sydney’s Accor Stadium.

Luttringer, who originally hailed from the Parramatta District Referees Association, becomes NRL official #168.

He joins his NSWRL colleague Clayton Wills, who had his NRL call-up in the Round Three match at Leichhardt Oval between the Wests Tigers and Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.

“It’s always good to see hard work rewarded and Daniel gets that chance in Rugby League’s top-tier competition this weekend,” said NSWRL Referees High Performance Manager, Stuart Raper.

“He has been a constant in officiating our Major Competitions and other representative games in recent years.

“He always prepares well and is willing to put in the extras. That’s why it’s refreshing to see him on one of the biggest stages of our game.

“Making your NRL debut has the same significance for an official as it does for a player. It is the culmination of a lot of work behind the scenes.”

Luttringer was in charge of both the 2022 and 2023 Sydney Shield Grand Finals, and handled the 2021 and 2023 Country v City open men’s championship matches.

He is regularly appointed each week to games in NSWRL’s elite men’s competition, The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup.


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