Australian rugby union players negotiate pay rise in dark time for code

With declining ratings and attendances, Rugby Australia will use $5m generated by Force’s axing to pay for new conditions

Departing Rugby Australia chief-executive Bill Pulver has made life a little easier for his successor Raelene Castle by negotiating a new Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Rugby Union Players’ Association.

But that same agreement may end up making life hard for Castle when she comes to re-negotiate the CBA, which expires at the end of the current broadcast agreement in 2020.

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