Perth is still considered an option for the Bledisloe Cup and the Rugby Championship


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Perth is still considered an option for the Bledisloe Cup and the Rugby Championship

The comings and goings through the continuity of Rugby Championship are still the order of the day. From Australia, its CEO, Andy Marinos, opened a door of hope for the contest to continue on Aussie soil, although it is not ruled out Europe and South Africa as options.

The dance of venues and options multiplies as the uncertainty surrounding the tournament rises. After the crossfire between the two unions due to New Zealand Rugby’s refusal to travel to Australia to play the Bledisloe Cup and the Rugby Championship, the mother entity of Australian rugby did not lose faith.

“We are working hard now with the Western Australian government and the stadium to see if we can move the match date to September 4.”Marinos said in reference to the duel between the Wallabies and All Blacks, while in turn adding: “A lot of work has been done in the last 24-48 hours, so we remain optimistic and we are confident that we can finally have the match in Perth. “.

The restrictions imposed by the governments of both countries continue to be a fundamental condition for the event to be held in Oceania. Reason why, with the passing of the hours, the options of dispute on European soil or even in South Africa, take more and more force and they appear to be the firm candidates to keep the remainder of this edition.

It will be a matter of waiting for the latest news that should not be delayed, Since both Los Pumas and South Africa had a charter flight to Australia planned for today. Will they address it?


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