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Australian Rugby Union boss Bill Pulver hits back at latest senate inquiry claims

Bill Pulver has rubbished the allegations raised in Monday night's senate inquiry into the Western Force's axing.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Senate inquiry hears Twiggy Forrest called ARU's bluff to save Western Force

The Australian Rugby Union's rejection of billionaire Andrew Forrest's $50 million offer to save the Western Force was a backflip that came weeks after it told him such a figure would save the club, a..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

WA Minister says ARU "bloody minded"

The ARU were "bloody minded" and had not been open, transparent or objective in axing the Western Force, WA's Sports Minister told a Senate inquiry.
SBS

Former Force coach Wessels joins Rebels

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Western Force coach Dave Wessels has joined the Melbourne Rebels less than a month after the Perth-based side was cut from Super Rugby.
SBS

Rebels snare former Force coach Wessels

The Melbourne Rebels have signed former Western Force coach David Wessels for the next two Super Rugby seasons.
SBS

Wessels poised to reveal coaching future

Western Force coach David Wessels expects to make an announcement on his future in coming days.
SBS

Wallaby Coleman says little on Euro offers

Off-contract Wallaby Adam Coleman has played a straight bat to questions about his future after the axing of the Western Force.
SBS

Western Force's Pek Cowan shares mental health fears

Western Force stalwart Pek Cowan has spoken of his concern for his teammates' mental health and lack of support since the club's Super Rugby axing.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeSBS

Sunwolves in Australia's Super conference

The Tokyo-based Sunwolves have replaced the axed Western Force in the Australian conference for the 2018 Super Rugby competition.
SBS

ARU boss Bill Pulver defends ACT Brumbies as Western Force senate inquiry begins

ARU boss Bill Pulver has defended the decision to save the Brumbies
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Australian Rugby Union chief Bill Pulver faces Senate grilling

Melbourne Rebels received up to double the funding of the Western Force in the years leading up to the latter's axing from the Super Rugby competition, a Senate hearing has heard.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeSBS

Brumbies sign Western Force Fijian star

Western Force player of the year Isi Naisarani has left the axed Super Rugby side with the back-rower signing for the ACT Brumbies on a one-year deal.
SBS

ACT Brumbies sign Western Force back-rower Isi Naisarani after Super Rugby axe hits Perth

The big back-rower will join the Brumbies, becoming one of the first Force players to move on.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Michael Hooper, Matt Giteau agree four Australian teams will strengthen Super Rugby as player market goes into overdrive

The Australian rugby player market is in full swing as Western Force players continue to sort their futures out now they are without a Super Rugby club.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Andrew Forrest's Indo-Pacific Competition brings hope to heartbroken Western Force fans

With the Rugby Championships upon us spare a thought to those in the west who are still coming to terms with the reality that the Force will take no part in Super Rugby next season.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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