|Birth name||Angus Ross Gardner|
|Date of birth||24 August 1984|
|Place of birth||Sydney, Australia|
|University||University of Technology Sydney|
|Rugby union career|
Angus Gardner (born 24 August 1984) is an Australian rugby union professional referee who was appointed to the Super Rugby referees panel in 2012. His first match in Super Rugby was between the Queensland Reds and Melbourne Rebels at Suncorp Stadium in March of that year.
Gardner took up refereeing in 1999 at the age of fifteen, and became a full-time referee in 2015. He was appointed to his first test match in November 2011, which was an Oceania Cup match between Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu in Port Morseby.
During the 2018 World Rugby Awards, Angus Gardner received the "World Rugby Referee of the Year" award.
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