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Koukash Threatens Premier League Style Breakaway

18 May 2016 by Tim Groves

Salford owner Dr Marwan Koukash has labelled the RFL “not fit for purpose” and called on his fellow Super League club owners to join him in a breakaway from the governing body. At a press conferen...

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Georgia, Romania & USA Added To World Rugby Council

16 May 2016 by Tim Groves

Georgia, Romania and the USA have all earned representation on an expanded World Rugby Council as part of the implementation of a new governance model for the global governing body. Argentina and Ital...

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RLIF Reviews International Eligibility

16 May 2016 by Editor

At the RLIF board meeting held on May 10, it was decided that an immediate review of the international eligibility rules would be conducted. RLIF chairman Nigel Wood commented: "The board received a ...

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Parramatta Eels Heavily Sanctioned For Systematic Salary Cap Breaches

3 May 2016 by Editor

The NRL delivered its preliminary findings into its salary cap investigation of the Parramatta Eels early this week, with the club being deducted all 12 points they’ve acquired this season and hande...

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RFL First To Transatlantic League With Introduction Of Toronto Wolfpack

27 April 2016 by Editor

The Rugby Football League (RFL) has broken new ground to be the first major sports league to introduce regular transatlantic fixtures to an elite club competition. The governing body has confirmed th...

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Red Devils Docked Points For Salary Cap Breach

25 April 2016 by Tim Groves

Salford Red Devils have been deducted six points and fined £5,000 after being found guilty by an independent tribunal of breaching the RFL’s operational rules and salary cap regulations. The penalt...

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