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5/16/2023 |  2025 International Rugby League World Cup Seeks New Host (SportsTravel) The International Rugby League is without a host for the 2025 World Cup after the France 2025 organizing committee was forced to withdraw from hosting the tournament.
The tournament was awarded to France after initial plans for it to be held in North America were scrapped. Organizers have been unable to meet financial criteria set out by the French government, leaving the event at risk of a deficit.
5/16/2023 |  France Rescinds 2025 Rugby World Cup Bid Amid Turmoil (Front Office Sports)

Earlier this week, the French government announced that it has rescinded its decision to host the 2025 Rugby League World Cup.

The country cited financial reasons for the decision, saying it couldn’t guarantee it would make money by hosting the event. 

5/12/2023 |  Fiji reportedly suspended from World Rugby Council over governance issues (Associated Press (AP)) WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Fiji reportedly has been suspended from World Rugby’s decision-making Council because of questions over current governance structure.
Fijian teams still will be able to compete in World Rugby tournaments, including the World Cup in France later this year. But Fiji will not be able to use its vote on the council until matters are resolved.
5/9/2023 |  Australia: NRLW Ampol Women's State of Origin Series 2023 has a new format! ( When the United States is passionate about the Super Bowl, on the other side of the globe, Australians have several counterparts to this unique sports celebration. Such an event, in women's rugby league in the Antipodes is the Ampol Women's State of Origin, which for the first time will be decided by a double-header.
5/1/2023 |  Marinos to quit after 2 years as Rugby Australia CEO (Associated Press (AP)) Rugby Australia chief executive Andy Marinos will leave his position in the next few weeks to pursue other opportunities.
The 50-year-old Zimbabwe-born Marinos joined Rugby Australia in February, 2021 after previously heading the southern hemisphere rugby body Sanzaar. His brief was to guide Australian rugby through the difficult period during and after the COVID pandemic.

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