NSW Rugby and Waratahs announce structural change

New South Wales Rugby Union and the NSW Waratahs have announced a number of structural changes that will bring the two organisations closer together as a result of a Governance Review undertaken by Buildcorp's Josephine Sukkar earlier this year. Whilst both the New South Wales Rugby Union and NSW Waratahs Boards will be retained, Waratahs chairman Roger Davis has been appointed Group Chairman until at least the end of 2016 and will oversee the running of both boards, with a single CEO expected to be appointed before the end of the year. The Waratahs will also retain NSW Rugby's Super Rugby license for a further five years. “I am satisfied with the outcome of the Governance review and its pragmatism, and I thank Josephine Sukkar for all her efforts in this regard,” Davis said. “Certainly the new adopted governance model ends a period of uncertainty associated with the licence extension for the Waratahs, and builds closer ties and pathways between the community and the profes
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