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Australian Rugby Union Reports A$6.3M Deficit For 2014

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 21 / 15

The Australian Rugby Union has recorded a A$6.3M deficit for '14 after providing A$3.3M "in assistance to keep the Melbourne Rebels afloat," according to Wayne Smith of THE AUSTRALIAN. And although the new broadcast deal to come into effect next year "promises to dramatically ease the financial pres...

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