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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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World Rugby Defiant Over 'Irresponsible' Concussion Claims

3 August 2015

The Daily Mail reported this week on the dispute that has arisen around interpretation of concussion research:   Rugby bosses have denied complacency over the possible long-term health risks posed by...

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RFL Reveals Profit For 13th Straight Season

9 July 2015 by Tim Groves

The Rugby Football League (RFL) has revealed that it made a pre-tax profit of £295,000 in 2014, the 13th year in a row that the governing body has made a profit. The annual report also shows that a t...

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Italian Clubs Pay Pro12 Debts

9 July 2015 by Tim Groves

Treviso and Zebre have now paid any outstanding participation fees owed to their fellow Guinness Pro12 clubs and will continue to participate in the league. The Italian sides had agreed a new four-yea...

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WRU Approves 16-Team Premiership

1 July 2015 by Editor

After a full review, the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) has decided that from the 2016/17 season the number of clubs in the Principality Premiership will be increased from its current 12 teams to up to a t...

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