Monthly Archives: January 2014

Regions Wish Players Well This Weekend As Six Nations Campaign Opens

Regional Rugby Wales would like to confirm that there will be no further statement on behalf of the Regions regarding their position on any new pan-European competitions over this weekend, as the Regions’ priority is to support their players as they begin their RBS Six Nations campaigns today.

We would like to wish the Wales U20’s […]

January 31st, 2014|PRW News|0 Comments

Welsh Regions Position On Central Contracts

Regional Rugby Wales (RRW) on behalf of the four Welsh Regions would like to issue the following statement to clarify its position on national contracts.


Firstly, it is important for the Welsh Regions to stress that they have the utmost respect for Sam Warburton as a player, a leader, a young man of great integrity […]

January 29th, 2014|PRW News|0 Comments

RRW Position On Central Contracts

We hope our supporters will respect that Regional Rugby Wales will not at this particular time be drawn into a public debate around national contracts being offered to our players; we have informed the WRU of our collective position on this issue this week so the governing body are aware of where we are. We […]

January 29th, 2014|PRW News|1 Comment

Alun Wyn signs new Ospreys deal

Issued on behalf of Ospreys

Ospreys Rugby are delighted to announce that Alun Wyn Jones has committed his future to the region.
The influential Jones has ended speculation on his future by putting pen-to-paper on a contract that will see him remain with the Ospreys until after the next Rugby World Cup.

Speaking about his new deal, Alun […]

January 24th, 2014|Welsh Regions|0 Comments

Regional Rugby Wales On Leigh Halfpenny Signing For Toulon Next Season

Stuart Gallacher, Chief Executive of Regional Rugby Wales said:  “It’s a sad day for Welsh Rugby as yet another of our world-class players will leave Wales to play overseas.

“You can’t blame Leigh for making this decision and taking his opportunity given that there is still so much uncertainty surrounding the competitions we’ll be playing in […]

January 23rd, 2014|PRW News, Welsh Regions|0 Comments

Leigh Halfpenny To Leave Blues

Cardiff Blues have today confirmed that Wales and British & Irish Lions full back Leigh Halfpenny will leave the region at end of the season.

Halfpenny, 25, has become one of world rugby’s biggest talents during his time at Blues, winning 48 caps for Wales and three for the Lions.

The Swansea-born back represented the region at […]

January 23rd, 2014|Welsh Regions|0 Comments

Welsh Regional Rugby’s Economic Impact On Westminster Agenda

The campaign to ‘Protect Our Game’ went to Westminster today after MPs invited Regional Rugby Wales (RRW) to discuss the issues affecting rugby in Wales.

Ospreys Chief Executive, Andrew Hore, and Scarlets Chief Executive, Mark Davies, attended a meeting with a cross-party group of around 14 Welsh MPs after being invited to brief them on the […]

January 21st, 2014|Press Release, PRW News|0 Comments

RRW Letter to Community Clubs

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January 17th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Six Nations Squad Proof Of Regional Rugby Success

Regional Rugby Wales (RRW) has hailed the six nations squad announced on Tuesday (14/01/14) as proof of regional rugby’s success in helping to produce a winning national team.

The body, which represents the four professional regional rugby teams in Wales (Cardiff Blues, Newport Gwent Dragons, Ospreys and Scarlets), has congratulated the regional players who have made […]

January 16th, 2014|Press Release, PRW News|0 Comments

Update From Regional Rugby Wales

Regional Rugby Wales has confirmed that it is currently in discussion with the Welsh Rugby Union on behalf of the four Welsh Regions, regarding the WRU’s new proposal issued to them on January 6th 2014.

Meetings are currently taking place between RRW executives and the WRU to discuss the new “Rugby Services Agreement” document presented to […]

January 15th, 2014|Press Release, PRW News|0 Comments