Independent World Rugby review is a facade


In the wake of fresh allegations of corruption in the election of its top officials, World Rugby has some serious questions to answer. The independent World Rugby review of its governance won’t have those answers. Allegations of Corruption A little over a week ago Pacific Rugby Players Welfare (PRPW) – a not-for-profit players organization headed […] READ MORE

Canceled World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series titles earned by NZ7s sides

Succumbing to the Coronavirus global pandemic, the officially canceled HSBC Sevens Series titles have been awarded – and well earned too – by both women’s and men’s NZ7s sides. Following a comprehensive consultation process, the remaining rounds of the women’s and men’s World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series 2020 in; Langford, London, Paris, Singapore, and Hong […] READ MORE

Bill Beaumont addresses media following election victory


Bill Beaumont has addressed the media following his successful re-election as the Chair of World Rugby. He discussed improvements to the women’s game, the global season, broadcasting and Sevens as a driver for popularity. Robert Rees brings you the full interview. Bill Beaumont – The opening address “I’d like to express my thanks to the […] READ MORE

Bill Beaumont wins World Rugby Chairman election


Bill Beaumont has overcome Agustin Pichot to retain his role as the Chair of World Rugby. The term is for another four years and the results were called 10 days earlier than originally planned.  Bill Beaumont retains power Bill Beaumont has retained his spot as Chair of World Rugby after winning the election 28-23, with […] READ MORE

WRU back Bill Beaumont for World Rugby Chairman


With the votes in, but not publicly confirmed, for the World Rugby Chairman candidacy the WRU and its Chairman Gareth Davies have shown their support for the incumbent Bill Beaumont.  Robert Rees brings you the latest from the Welsh camp. WRU backs Beaumont The official votes will be announced on May 12, but the WRU […] READ MORE