SANZAR agree to continue with Super Rugby

The future shape of the Super Rugby competition has been agreed, as a result of a meeting of the executive committee of SANZAR in Dublin on Thursday.

Sanzar chief executive, Andy Marinos, said that the structure agreed will be reported back to the respective unions before being made public.

“Whilst there was a robust and constructive discussion of the issues, it was clear that the partners were all united in wanting to continue playing Super Rugby and TriNations,” said Marinos.

“We have agreed on a way forward and wish to inform our stakeholders before making any further comment.”

The current Sanzar agreement on Super 14 expires at the end of 2010.


The partners are due to present a new proposed structure to broadcasters at the end of June.

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