COVID-19 hasn’t impacted ‘21 cap yet: RLPA
The Rugby League Players Association has responded to suggestions next year’s salary cap could be drastically reduced from $9.9 million to $5.9 million.
Super Rugby clubs have taken action to withstand the financial hit that will come with the COVID-19 pandemic, while negotiations with players continue.
Rugby Australia will stand down 75 per cent of its staff for the next three months as it braces for a potential $120 million hit due to the coronavirus.
The RLPA has found funds to subsidise the Australian Jillaroos marquee player payments, while the NRL has put the NRLW back on the table for 2020.
Penrith CEO Brian Fletcher says he fears for NRL players after they were offered two months pay potentially to last the rest of the season due to the pandemic.
Penrith CEO Brian Fletcher admits his NRL club will not be able to maintain its multi-million dollar junior development due to the coronavirus shutdown.
The NRL and RLPA are expected to finalise a 46 per cent reduction in player wages on Tuesday when pay talks resume.
A pay cut of up to 87 per cent faces NRL players as the league begins to brace for the worst case scenario of a lost season due to coronavirus.
NRL clubs are fighting to keep giving their sponsors exposure as a leading sports lawyer warned they could walk away en masse during the coronavirus shutdown.
Warriors players are showing their support by donating their own money to the NRL club’s office staff who face a bleak future while the competition is on hold.
Shane Richardson has quit as South Sydney’s general manager of football in a bid to slash running costs at the NRL club.
Mal Meninga is holding hope the Kangaroos tour of Great Britain can still go ahead at the end of the year, even if the NRL competition can’t restart for 2020.
NRL clubs backed by leagues clubs are the most vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic according to Todd Greenberg, with Canberra the latest lay off staff.
Former Springboks and Brumbies coach Jake White has been appointed director of rugby of South African Super Rugby side the Bulls.
Greater Shepparton has its first confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. The News understands the person was tested at Goulburn Valley Health. Another person has tested positive for the virus in Gannawarr...
Greater Shepparton has its second confirmed case of COVID-19, the state government has said in a statement today. Goulburn Valley Health have confirmed that a second person who tested positive for COVID-19 recently returned from overseas.
Greater Shepparton has reported a third confirmed case of COVID-19.