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Super 8s Scrapped, Championship Expanded From 2019

17 September 2018

Rugby league clubs have voted to scrap the Super 8s structure and revert to a conventional 'one-up, one-down' system of promotion and relegation to and from the Super League from next year. The propos...

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RFL Council Vote Brings Game To A Crossroads

13 September 2018

An EGM of the RFL Council will decide tomorrow (Friday 14th) on the structure the Super League season in 2019 and beyond and whether to scrap the current Super 8 play-off system. Two recent statements...

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24-Team RWC "A Matter Of When Not If"

11 September 2018

World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper has told the media that the Rugby World Cup may expand to 24 teams as early as France 2023. "We're always looking from an expansive point of view rather than r...

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14-Team Championship In 2019?

27 August 2018

Proposals have been tabled to Championship and League 1 clubs to expand the Championship to 14 teams next season as part of the plans to revamp the domestic league structure says Total Rugby League we...

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McCafferty Warns Tier 2 Clubs Over Unrealistic Ambitions

20 August 2018

Premiership Rugby chief executive Mark McCafferty has warned ambitious Championship sides not to rush a promotion campaign in an interview with Charlie Morgan of the Daily Telegraph. McCafferty sugges...

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One-Up, One-Down SL Announcement In Next Two Weeks Says Elstone

15 August 2018

The Guardian and other mainstream media have reported that Super League’s new chief executive, Robert Elstone believes a conventional one-up, one-down system will be in place next year instead of th...

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