Posts Tagged "Rugby Australia"

When Raelene Castle became the first women CEO of Rugby Australia this week, there was another first.

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Stability and better on-field performances will be the key measures of success for new Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle, who will meet with Wallabies coach Michael Cheika on Tuesday.

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In the first major rugby news of the year, Rugby Australia have splashed the cash in a new Collective Bargaining Agreement which will see pay increases for Super Rugby, Rugby Sevens and female players.

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Rugby’s worst kept secret is out – Raelene Castle is the new CEO of Rugby Australia.

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Despite former Wallabies hooker and now Fox Sports commentator and successful businessman Phil Kearns being heavily favoured a fortnight ago, former Canterbury Bulldogs chief executive Raelene Castle has been unveiled as Bill Pulver’s replacement as Rugby Australia CEO.

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Rugby Australia have unveiled Raelene Castle as their new Chief Executive on Tuesday afternoon, with Castle taking over from Bill Pulver and making history in the process.

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Former Canterbury NRL chief executive Raelene Castle is reportedly to take over as Rugby Australia’s new boss and make another piece of sports administration history.

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Rugby Australia’s decision to waive the Super Rugby salary cap to allow teams to absorb Western Force players is “economic madness”, NSW Waratahs chairman Roger Davis says.

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It is beginning to become apparent to rugby tragics on the west coast of this fine country that the Australian rugby establishment isn’t really on the same page, so I’m testing a theory.

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The governing body of Australian rugby has had a facelift – at least with its logo and branding – with the Australian Rugby Union now referred to as Rugby Australia.

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With a rare Test victory against New Zealand secured last week in Brisbane, Australian rugby took the first positive steps forward in what seems like an age.

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Browsing through Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and other communication media, I noticed the lack of dedicated new media channels. Could this be a missing link between the public and Australian Rugby?

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An essential problem with rugby in Australia is the lack of publicity, fans and therefore money. This was the main problem with the ARC, on all accounts.

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There is no hiding from the facts: Rugby has quite literally dropped the ball. Fans are dismayed about how the game is administered and played. The good news is there seems to be, on the Roar blogs anyway, plenty of people willing to put forward ideas on how to revitalize this beautiful game.

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On this site last week Andrew Logan presented a detailed and succinct analysis of the problems afflicting Australian rugby as he saw them. Passionate and dedicated, Andrew conscientiously identified his concerns and then proposed a course of corrective action.

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I agreed with Andrew Logan’s concise assessment of Rugby Union in Australia, but not your suggested solution. A democratically driven body of Union supporters isn’t worth the effort.

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If there’s one thing which characterizes Australian rugby at the moment, it’s frustration. Just about everyone you speak to is frustrated and angry, frustrated and worried, or just frustrated and sad.

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