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Waratahs Chair Roger Davis Says June Break For Tests Dragging Super Rugby Down

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 01 / 16

Super Rugby side Waratahs Chair Roger Davis claims that the June Test break has hurt Super Rugby, describing it as an "anchor" weighing down the competition, according to Bret Harris of THE AUSTRALIAN. Super Rugby resumes Friday "after a three-week hiatus in Australia, New Zealand and South ­Africa ...

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