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The Fiji Rugby Union is concerned new associations or unions are being formed without seeking approval from the parent body. FRU chief executive officer John O’Connor said those intending to
14 Mar 2016 15:06
Talk To Us First

The Fiji Rugby Union is concerned new associations or unions are being formed without seeking approval from the parent body.

FRU chief executive officer John O’Connor said those intending to form associations or local rugby unions must firstly submit the requirements.

This concern was raised after it was noted that a group of officials pertaining to be officials of the proposed Nasinu Rugby Union intend to host a 10s tournament without first complying with the above requirements and applying for registration be an affiliate of the FRU.

O’Connor said these officials should not be organising any competition or event until they have complied with the requirements and endorsed by the FRU management, the Board and the Council.

He confirmed no such application has been received by FRU.

FRU is warning clubs to be aware of administrators who purport to form rugby unions but have ulterior motives for personal financial benefit rather than the development of rugby in this country.

Source: Fiji Rugby Union

Feedback:  oseab@fijisun.com.fj



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