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RFU CEO Backs Plans To Condense Six Nations From Seven To Six Weeks

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 27 / 17

Rugby Football Union CEO Ian Ritchie "backed plans to condense the Six Nations Championship from seven to six weeks" as part of the new global season, according to Gavin Mairs of the London TELEGRAPH. Ritchie outlined the RFU’s support for the proposed change for the first time on Thursda...

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