George Clancey Net Worth
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$82’000’000. *This information was provided by Laryssa Ryan, 55 years old. From Kearney, Missouri
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1,82m.**This information was provided by Camey Lokos, 55 years old. From Broadview, Montana.
1,78m.***This information was provided by Randy, 57 years old. Job: (Design-Engineer, Agricultural Equipment). From Millmont, Pennsylvania.
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73kg.*This information was provided by Stefan, 56 years old. From Valley Ford, California.
George Clancey information
Birth date and age[BOD]: November 9, 1881
The place of birth (POB): Limerick, Republic of Ireland
George Clancy (born in Limerick, Ireland, 12 January 1977) is an international rugby union referee. He is attached to Bruff RFC. He refereed the opening game of the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand on 9 September 2011 between the hosts and Tonga.In the New Zealand vs South Africa test match of 2011, he controversially ignored the laws regarding the use of television match officials and their adjudication with respect to play prior to the ball crossing the plane of the try line. This led to an All Black try being disallowed for a forward pass which occurred prior to the ball going over the try line in contravention of the IRB laws at the time.In the 2013 test match between Australia and England, he was subject to controversy after he and his touch judge failed to see Mike Brown had his foot in touch during the build-up to an English try.