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RPA, RFU & PRL Strike New £7m Deal

26 November 2015 by Tim Groves

The Rugby Players' Association (RPA), Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Premiership Rugby have agreed a new five-year £7 million deal for player welfare, personal development and education programmes. T...

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EPCR Teams Up With Sportradar

19 November 2015 by Tim Groves

European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) has revealed that it will be using Sportradar Security Services to analyse all betting taking place on the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup for the next three se...

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RLIF Sets Ambitious Financial Targets

12 November 2015 by Tim Groves

The Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) has unveiled its strategic plan for 2018 to 2025 and is aiming to double the global television audience of the sport in the next decade. It has set a t...

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US Pro League Gets Go Ahead

12 November 2015 by Tim Groves

A new professional club rugby league in the United States is set to become a reality with the action getting underway as early as April 2016. PRO Rugby, the organisation behind the new league, has rev...

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Toulouse Set To Join League 1

15 October 2015 by Tim Groves

The Rugby Football League (RFL) has revealed that French side Toulouse Olympique XIII will be joining Kingstone Press League 1 for the 2016 season. The current French champions will make the competiti...

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AP Salary Cap Investigation To Be "Swept Under The Carpet"

8 September 2015 by The Rugby Paper

The Rugby Paper has predicted that Premier Rugby will brush their nine-month salary cap investigation under the carpet this week and refuse to take any action against Bath and Saracens, who have been ...

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