Dave Rennie would reconsider his future as Wallabies head coach if Raelene Castle were to get stood down as Rugby Australia’s chief executive.
As rugby remains in lockdown, we recap how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the game at international and provincial levels.
SA Rugby stands to lose millions of rand per month if the national lockdown is not lifted by May and the 2020 rugby season does not resume by June at the earliest.
Springboks RG Snyman, Damian de Allende and Malcolm Marx have been left stranded in Japan and could be there for the duration of South Africa’s national lockdown period.
Welsh critic Stephen Jones has named the 1995 All Black side as the best XV of all-time Tests with little affection shown towards any of the Springboks’ World Cup winners.
All Blacks head coach Ian Foster says the side entry to a ruck from Bok lock RG Snyman, which left Brodie Retallick injured last year, would be avoided as a result of World Rugby’s new breakdown law interpretations.
Retired Wallabies star scrumhalf Will Genia has made a call for peace with Rugby Australia currently embroiled in infighting during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Two Fijian rugby players have been arrested for allegedly breaking the country’s lockdown regulations and disobeying the isolation rules.
Captain Lukhanyo Am has given insight into the rejuvenation of the Sharks squad under new leadership this season.
SA Rugby do not have a confirmed domestic or international calendar for the rest of 2020 at this time, but plans have been made for every eventuality, according to CEO Jurie Roux.