Thursday's Rugby News
Thursday Rugby News Sunwolves axed !, French new tackle law, nagging in rescue? And the troops named their team.
The Sunwolves team is out of competition with the players and staff and is expected to get information on Tuesday or Wednesday, and the SANZAAR official statement is expected to be released on Friday at 2 pm AEDST.
The move to remove Sunwolves is part of a game that turns Super Rugby into a round-robin format with 14 teams instead of the current conferencing system.
It is unclear when Sunwolves will close if SANZAAR finishes the contract after the season.
The Sunwolves were only 8 wins in 40 games over the first four seasons.
There are loyal people who regularly see 15,000 people at the Chichibu Memorial in Tokyo, but many Australian teams will kill them.
According to the report, the elimination of Sun Wol, which has complained about the low reputation of the game, avoiding long trips to the opposition, Yao Ming, Japan and Singapore from South Africa and the broadcasting super sports baseball.
Initially, Sunwolves participated in the South Africa tournament and joined the Australian tournament.
It is time for presentation to make the whole situation bizarre. It is in the middle of the season, which was exactly six months before the start of the Rugby World Cup in Japan, which still contracted next year (late 2020).
The Australian and New Zealand franchise teams supported their support of maintaining the Sunwolves in Super Rugby. Many teams have entered into commercial and sponsorship agreements with Japanese companies.
Australian Super Rugby officials worried that 14 teams would only have 13 home games in two seasons. This represents a significant decline in sales for franchisees already struggling.
Keep watching for official announcement on Friday.
New tackle law in France
The new tackling method will be implemented in the next season, such as lowering the height of the tackle and eliminating the two-man tackles to reduce the risk of injury in a French-born rugby team.
Didierette, technical director of the French Rugby Union (FFR), said, "We are in Paris at the athlete's welfare and law symposium." "We will try to lower the tackle down to the waist and we will not tackle two." said. .
"We received a green light for young people, adults and amateur competitions, and we are waiting for the Academy competition to make a difference in the green light eventually," he added.
Four young French athletes lost their lives after breaking their necks and playing since May, including Stade Francais teenager Nicolas Chauvin.
As a former coach of France (2007-11), Retiere believes that the evolution will lead to better game quality.
"If you wrap around the shorts, the ball carrier will be off-loaded and break the line," Retiere said.
"The defensive line has to put two or three players in the back field, so we can get fewer players in the front line."
This is not the first time World Rugby has imposed a new tackle law with a rating of 'under the nipple rules' in Romania U20s World Rugby Trophy last year.
Brett Gosper, CEO of World Rugby, said that he could announce the results of the trials in less than 12 months was part of a trial of eight different legal variations that World Rugby has surveyed during the World Cup four years .
"I can get some results at a relatively fast pace in the first half of next year.
"Such court proceedings must go through the Legal Review Group and the Rugby Board before they can be discussed, and in some respects they may be improved."
Hair on the structure … MAYBE
When one door closes and another opens, an old phrase opens.
Due to the Sunwolves' axes, they seem to have a new home. Twitter balls, or world series rugby, or global Rapid rugby, or just Rapid rugby.
This concept is still on the air until SANZAAR releases their official statement on Friday. The World Rugby can not significantly change the rugby championship until it reaches an agreement on the future of the League of Nations. Destiny of Destiny Legion of Doom, Sorry Champion rugby. The information is glowing when the deadline for March 29 is approaching.
At the end of the 12 team games, Fiji is likely to take part in the rugby championship, and Japan is likely to be the sixth team in the Southern Hemisphere.
SANZAAR is believed to support Andrew Forrest's Asian Super Rugby Contest, which includes the current Rapid Rugby team, Western Force, Fiji, Samoa, Hong Kong and Singapore. Sunwolves can join with Maylasia's team and the potential of the second Australian team. Wandering rumors can be a Western Sydney team.
The Newcastle Hunter Rugby Union reportedly participated in the "high level" debate with the Rapid Rugby team.
A man from Rapid Rugby Spokes reversed his conversation with Robbie Deans World XV at a press conference Friday night with the Western Force.
"The move to provide innovative and exciting rugby brands in the Asia-Pacific region in 2019 has not changed," said Global Rapid Rugby, who is here in the long term.
"Just before the first game of the Showcase Series in 2019 begins, we are excited to see and enjoy the rugby world."
Western Force will once again be captain of Ian Prior, ahead of Robbie Dean's World XV on Friday night.
It is very similar to the team that competed in last year's NRC competition.
Former Queensland Red Macker Andrew Ready has made his debut with Nick Jooste.
Speedster Road Davis of Force He was injured in an ankle injury while staying with Australian Mens Sevens in Vancouver.
Robbie Deans has a number of international players including former Wallabies Digby Ioane, Nick "The Honey Bachelor" Cummins, former Blacks Half Andy Ellis, Wyatt Crockett Props, Pumas Leonarde Senatore and former Springbok Gio Aplon.
The game will be played in Perth at 7:30 pm (WA time) on Friday. Live at SBS Viceland.
1. Cameron Orr 2. Feleti Kaitu 3. Keiran Longbottom 4. Johan Bardoul 5. Jeremy Thrush 6. Henry Stowers 7. Chris Alcock 8. Brynard Stander 9. Ian Prior 10. Andrew Deegan 11. Clay Uyen 12. Henry Taefu 13. Marcel Braceau 14. Brad Lacy 15. Jack MacGregor
16. Andrew Reddy 17. Harrison Lloyd 18. Kris Higherberg 19. Leon Power 20. Tevin Ferris 21. Issak Fine 22. AJ Alathium 23. Nick Jostes
WORLD XV SQUAD
(Australia) Digby Ioane, Australia Asyli Tikoirotuma, Australia Dylan Riley, New Zealand Inga Finau, Japan Ono Kosei Ono, Japan Oceania, Leon Fukofuka (Tonga), Andy Ellis (New Zealand, Captain), Leonardo Senator (Argentina) (New Zealand), Michael Carre (New Zealand), Shotafukui (Japan), Michael Oakman-Hunt Japan), Wyatt Crockett (New Zealand), Greg Pleasants-Tate (New Zealand), Corey Flynn New Zealand