New Zealand's five Super Rugby teams are on track to return to action amid the coronavirus pandemic.
RA chief executive Raelene Castle spoke about a potential domestic competition and 2020 Bledisloe Cup series.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) reached a pay agreement with players.
Premiership champions Saracens, who will play in the second tier next season, will furlough staff and have asked players to defer wages.
Andy Marinos says staging the Rugby Championship while Super Rugby continues could be the way to fit postponed events into 2020.
South Africa is on a strict lockdown due to coronavirus and Siya Kolisi is doing his part to help fight the crisis.
New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern and New Zealand CEO Mark Robinson rounded on Crusaders players for their actions on Monday.
Mark Keohane, writing for IOL, says that Super Rugby’s 2020 season must take preference to the Springboks’ July internationals. National takes priority every four... Read more