Rugby Union Today: Analysis and Leicester set to be sold

Date published: June 25 2019

Another busy day in the rugby union game as our analyst Sam Larner tries to solve some of rugby’s problems while Leicester Tigers are set to be sold.

What’s on the site

There isn’t really much rugby going on at the moment and Larner makes use of the opportunity to ask some important questions.

Meanwhile, Leicester Tigers, announced plans for the sale of the club alongside a strategy to reclaim its status as a dominant force in English and European rugby.

We also have the match officials for the Super Rugby semi-finals which will be held in Christchurch and Buenos Aires this weekend.

What’s in the news

A new fundraising campaign launched by a Christian group have already raised more than AUS$1 million for Israel Folau’s legal battle with Rugby Australia.

One-Test All Black Matt Proctor is set to return to action for the Hurricanes in their semi-final against the Crusaders in Christchurch.

What’s on social media

What’s on the TV

Only Super Rugby remains before all the focus shifts to the international game and the two semi-finals – Jaguares v Brumbies and Crusaders v Hurricanes – are broadcast on Sky Sports.