World Rugby has set a deadline of this Friday for their Nations Championship proposal to be approved or rejected by the leading rugby nations.
World Rugby has given its Six Nations and Rugby Championship member unions an extra week to consider its Nations Championship concept.
World Rugby has reportedly extended its Nations Championship deadline to 5 April in a bid to keep the proposed tournament alive.
World Rugby outlined its vision for the future of international rugby, including the proposed Nations Championship, during a meeting with stakeholders in Dublin on Thursday.
SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux says the concept behind World Rugby’s Nations Championship is ‘interesting’.
A private equity firm has reportedly made a £500-million offer to acquire a 30% stake in the Six Nations.