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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Rugby Australia interim CEO Rob Clarke has opened the door to New Zealand possibly hosting a condensed Rugby Championship later this year

    Rugby Australia interim CEO Rob Clarke has opened the door to New Zealand possibly hosting a condensed Rugby Championship later this year


    Clarke says they are in discussions with their SANZAAR partners about establishing a hub in Australia or New Zealand.

    He's also confirmed a four test Bledisloe Cup series is on the cards.

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