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Premiership Welcome New International Calendar

20 March 2017

Premiership Rugby has welcomed the new World Rugby fixture calendar for international games from 2020 onwards, meaning there’s less conflict between club and country fixtures and an end of June slot...

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July Is The New June And Tier 2 Gets 39% More Exposure In New World Rugby Calendar

16 March 2017

World Rugby has announced a new global calendar for international fixtures running from 2020 – after the RWC 2019 in Japan – for twelve years. The two main changes are a shift of the June internat...

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WRU Streamline Governance

15 March 2017

WRU chairman, Gareth Davies has written to each of the union's 320 member clubs to outline a major structural overhaul which is to modernise the way the game is governed in Wales. Four new sub-boards ...

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GKIPA Championship Play-Offs Scrapped

5 March 2017

The RFU Council has approved a three-season plan to remove the end-of-season play-off system between the top four teams to decide the winner of the Greene King IPA Championship. From next season (2017...

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RFU Launch Ten-Team Women's Super League

28 February 2017

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has announced the 10 teams that have been offered places in a new women’s domestic competition from September 2017. The 10 successful teams that have been offered a pl...

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Pro12 To Become Guinness Atlantic Rugby Champs In 2018-19?

21 February 2017

Plans to expand the Guinness Pro12 into Atlantic Rugby Championship appear to be taking shape amid reports of franchises being set up in the USA and Canada according to The Scotsman this week. Houston...

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