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Exiles' Resource Deal With SRU Paves Way For Closer Links

11 January 2016 by Editor

London Scottish and Scottish Rugby (SRU) have released details of a new partnership to support the development of a joint performance programme that may be the harbinger of closer administrative links...

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Rugby Participation Figures On The Rise

17 December 2015 by Tim Groves

Rugby union and league were both dealt a pre-Christmas boost this week with the news that participation figures have increased in both codes in the past six months. The latest Sport England Active Peo...

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SARU & MyPlayers Agree R90m Per Year To Keep More Players At Home

15 December 2015 by Editor

The South African Rugby Union has approved a new funding model for professional rugby players designed to encourage more players to see out their careers in South Africa. The increase in funding - fro...

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'£300k Is The New £200k' Since AP Cap Increase

8 December 2015 by Editor

The Daily Mail has reported that a wages war has been started in the Aviva Premiership: Clubs fear Manu Tuilagi’s high-stakes contract negotiations following the salary cap hike will spark a wages w...

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Blues Quality Not Quantity Approach To Cost Ponty & Cardiff

18 November 2015 by Editor

Cardiff Blues are to run a much smaller but higher quality squad and end their policy of providing players free to charge to Pontypridd and Cardiff RFC, according to Wales Online. The Arms Park-based...

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Welsh Regions Salary Cap Up To £4.5m

10 November 2015

Wales Online has reported that the Welsh Regions (Scarlets, Ospreys, Cardiff Blues and Dragons) will have greater spending power next season after agreeing to raise their salary cap by £1m each. Wale...

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Head of Professional Coach Development - RFU

The RFU is looking to appoint a new Head of Professional Coach Development, reporting to Rob Andrew (Professional Rugby Director) to start in June 2016.

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