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|Full name||Melissa Paola Borjas Pastrana|
|Born|| 20 October 1986 |
Melissa Borjas (born 20 October 1986) is a Honduran football referee. Borjas earned a degree in Finance at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras, and has been a professional referee since 2011.
Borjas, best known by the local media as Melissa Pastrana, is 165 cm (5 ft 5 in) tall and has been on the FIFA International Referees List since 2013.[ citation needed ] In 2015, she became the first Honduran woman to referee at the FIFA Women's World Cup when she officiated a match between Japan and Ecuador. [ better source needed ]
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