IRELAND TO CONTINUE WITH 2023 WORLD CUP BID

Seanad has passed the Rugby World Cup bill, without a vote, so Ireland can continue with the dream of hosting the 2023 event. The Ireland Rugby Football Union (IRFU) is now clear to lodge the bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup, according to reports.

There were concerns that the bill could fall through after emergency legislation was employed to enable the government underwrite the tournament costs of €200 million. This is aside the reported tournament fee of €138 million. Continue Reading “IRELAND TO CONTINUE WITH 2023 WORLD CUP BID”

FORCE AND REBELS FORM HUDDLE AFTER GAME

Australian Super Rugby sides Western Force and Melbourne Rebels are likely to enter the final round next week with uncertainty over the future. Both sides have been identified by the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) as likely sides to be cut from the Super League.

The concerned sides were united in a huddle after their game in Perth over the weekend. Force were the victors 31-22 but the gesture after the game went viral. Continue Reading “FORCE AND REBELS FORM HUDDLE AFTER GAME”