Gallagher Premiership To Be Suspended Indefinitely

Gallagher Premiership Suspended Indefinitely
Gallagher Premiership

Gallagher Premiership season has been suspended indefinitely but the intention remains to try and complete the season.

Premiership Rugby is in contact with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) about rescheduling the final – originally due to be played at Twickenham on June 20 – for later in the year, with 2,500 new tickets to be donated to NHS and essential workers.

The competition had originally been suspended for five weeks on March 16 because of the coronavirus pandemic, but that suspension has now been further extended until it is deemed safe to resume the season.

A statement read: “Premiership Rugby is further postponing the current season, and working with the RFU, RPA (Rugby Players’ Association), clubs’ Directors of Rugby and medical staff to scenario-plan for a number of restart dates, with all measures put in place to ensure safety and wellbeing.

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