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Donal Courtney (Donal Gerard Courtney) was born on 22 May, 1964 in Dublin, Ireland, is a Chartered accountant.

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Occupation Chartered accountant
Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 22 May 1964
Birthday 22 May
Birthplace Dublin, Ireland
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2007

In April 2007 Courtney retired as a referee and touch judge. In May 2009 he was appointed the European Rugby Cup match officials performance manager. Courtney continued in the same role with the European Professional Club Rugby before leaving the position in May 2016. He remains involved in refereeing, serving as a performance reviewer and sitting on disciplinary panels.

2004

Between 2004 and 2007, Courtney refereed three matches in the Six Nations Championship. He made his Six Nations debut on 14 February 2004 when he took charge of a match between Wales and Scotland. On 19 March 2005 he refereed a match between Italy and France. In addition to refereeing, Courtney also served as a television match official and touch judge in the Six Nations. During the 2007 Six Nations Championship Courtney officiated at three of Scotland’s matches. On 3 February 2007 he served as the TMO during the match between England and Scotland. He confirmed a try for England’s Jonny Wilkinson despite video footage clearly showing that Wilkinson’s foot had been in touch. At a post-match press conference, Scotland’s coach, Frank Hadden, heavily criticised Courtney for his decision. On 17 March 2007 during the match between France and Scotland he served as a touch judge for Craig Joubert. During the match Courtney mistook Sean Lamont for his brother Rory Lamont following a yellow card offence. As a result, the wrong Lamont brother was sin-bined. On 24 February 2007 Courtney refereed his final Six Nations fixture, the match between Scotland and Italy at Murrayfield Stadium. Italy won 37–21, their first away win in the Six Nations.

2003

In 2000 Courtney began refereeing in the Heineken Cup and the European Rugby Challenge Cup. On 25 May 2003 he refereed the 2002–03 Parker Pen Shield final between Caerphilly and Castres Olympique. Courtney refereed 44 European club games.

2002

Donal Gerard Courtney is a former Irish rugby union referee. He served as a referee in the Celtic League, the Heineken Cup, the European Rugby Challenge Cup, the Six Nations Championship and the Tri Nations. Courtney refereed the 2002–03 Parker Pen Shield final. Between 2009 and 2016 he served as the ERC/EPCR match officials performance manager.

Courtney refereed at the 2001 Under 21 Rugby World Championship and then began refereeing A internationals during 2001 and 2002. He made his senior international refereeing debut on 7 September 2002 when he took charge of a 2003 Rugby World Cup qualifier between Uruguay and Chile. During his career, Courtney would referee a further six Rugby World Cup qualifiers. He also served as a touch judge at the 2003 Rugby World Cup.

1990

Courtney was educated at CBC Monkstown and Trinity College, Dublin. He played rugby union for Monkstown until a serious shoulder injury ended his career in 1990. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland. In addition to working as a rugby union referee, Courtney also served as the chief financial officer for the General Motors/Capmark Europe Bank. Courtney lives in Blackrock, Dublin.

Courtney first began refereeing in the 1990s. He was attending a tournament organised by Old Belvedere when a tannoy announcer asked “is there a referee in the house?”. Courtney answered the call and subsequently refereed junior matches before working his way up to All-Ireland League level. Courtney would also referee in the Celtic League.