Today, in a letter to rugby clubs in England, Bill Sweeney, RFU CEO, has confirmed the end of the 2019/20 season
Round 13 of the Gallagher Premiership was slightly more predictable, with 5 home wins out of 6.
This strange Gallagher Premiership season continued over the weekend, with more unexpected results, and the top four of the table is fairly unusual.
The RFU is to cut its funding of the Championship by 50%.
Here are the results from the Gallagher Premiership at the weekend, along with the Superbru predictability – only one match was picked by the majority of people.
With news that Saracens are to be relegated following salary cap breaches, the club needs to come clean if it is to rebuild.
It turns out there was a bit of Rugby news from the weekend. Here’s a round up and some talking points…
New Saracens CEO Ed Griffiths has admitted that Saracens would need to trim their wage bill in order to be compliant with the Premiership Rugby salary cap.
Sale Sharks, Saracens and Exeter Chiefs were big winners at the weekend, in a high-scoring round of Gallagher Premiership matches.
Happy new year, happy new decade, and here’s to a new start in 2020.