1. Bottom of rugby birdcage sullied  The Australian
  2. Rugby Australia takes 'whole of game 'media rights to market  Rugby.com.au
  3. Australian rugby isn’t as young as you think. It’s time they delivered  Fox Sports
  4. Rugby Australia prepares to launch an FA Cup  The Australian
  5. Ratings in free fall: The truth behind Shute Shield TV rights deal  The Sydney Morning Herald
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Rugby Australia has gone to market with a 'whole of rugby' package for the next five-year broadcast media rights cycle.

Rugby Australia takes 'whole of game 'media rights to market | RUGBY.com.au

Rugby Australia are considering the introduction of a new national club competition, when they secure a new...Proposal to be negotiated

Rugby Australia consider new club competition after new broadcast deal

The rights are up for tender following the breakdown in talks with Foxtel.The rights are up for tender following the breakdown in talks with Foxtel.

Rugby Australia says it's had 'real interest' in broadcast rights - AdNews

Rugby Australia has today sensationally confirmed media speculation that a new national club competition was potentially in the works as the sport’s governing body works on the next domestic broadcast deal. The news comes less than a month after Fox Sports reportedly walked away from negotiations over the next broadcast period, although RA CEO Raelene […]Rugby Australia has today sensationally confirmed media speculation that a new national club competition was potentially in the works as the sport’s governing body works on the next domestic broadcast deal. The news comes less than a month after Fox Sports reportedly walked away from negotiations over the next broadcast period, although RA CEO Raelene […]

RA confirms national club competition in the works; NRC future unclear

Rugby Australia will investigate forming a new national club competition, but won't settle on a format until the next broadcasting rights deal is signed.Rugby Australia will investigate forming a new national club competition, but won't settle on a format until the next broadcasting rights deal is signed.

Rugby Australia considering new competition for broadcasters

Wallaroos players are now being paid and Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle believes it is only a matter of time before Super W follows suit.Wallaroos players are now being paid and Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle believes it is only a matter of time before Super W follows suit.

Super W women’s rugby news, 2020 season, Raelene Castle | Fox Sports

The tender process for Rugby Australia’s broadcast rights is continuing to twist and turn, with the sporting body’s boss Raelene Castle saying she still expects Foxtel to bid for the rights, despite rumours the subscription TV business is ready to walk away from the negotiations.The partnership between Rugby Australia and Foxtel broke down earlier this […]

Rugby Australia CEO still expects Foxtel to bid on broadcast rights, despite fractured relationship

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