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SANZAAR To Discuss Future Of Super Rugby In March

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 21 / 17

No guarantees have been given that all five Australian Super Rugby franchises will "survive beyond this year" after the Australian Rugby Union board met on Monday to discuss its "future strategy," according to Jamie Pandaram of the Sydney DAILY TELEGRAPH. The Western Force and Brumbies would be "mos...

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