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Premiership Clubs Should Employ Refs, Says Nigel Wray

26 November 2014 by Mark Tilley

Premiership referees should be employed by the competition's clubs, rather than the Rugby Football Union, according to Saracens chairman Nigel Wray. Officials for top-flight matches are currently appo...

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Japan And Argentina Join Super Rugby Expansion

26 November 2014 by Mark Tilley

The expansion of Super Rugby to 18 teams from 2016 is officially complete with SANZAR formally confirming the participation of the Japan Rugby Football Union (JRFU) and Union Argentina de Rugby (UAR)....

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IRB Completes Rebrand To World Rugby

19 November 2014 by Mark Tilley

The rebranding of the IRB to World Rugby has officially been confirmed with the unveiling of its new logo and brand, bringing to a close the 2014 World Rugby Conference and Exhibition in London. The r...

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Tigers Head To America As New Professional League Gathers Pace

12 November 2014 by Mark Tilley

The National Rugby Football League (NRFL) in America has announced it has reached an agreement with Leicester Tigers to play the NRFL 'Rough Riders' in the first professional major league rugby game i...

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Gosper Endorses 6 Nations Game In USA

5 November 2014 by Mark Tilley

Brett Gosper, the chief executive of the International Rugby Board (IRB), says he would welcome the prospect of a Six Nations match being staged in the United States, reports The Daily Telegraph. A r...

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RRW To Rebrand As Pro Rugby Wales

29 October 2014 by Mark Tilley

Regional Rugby Wales (RRW) will be renamed as part of its strategy to strengthen the development and performance of the professional game in Wales. Pro Rugby Wales will now replace RRW as the name of ...

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