PRO14 growing into a real rugby player

This season has seen a ramping up of revenue coming into the clubs through increased commercial revenue and a significant uplift in the value of broadcast rights

31st August, 2018
Leinster celebrate a try during the Guinness Pro14 final against Scarlets. Pic: Getty

The new rugby season gets underway this evening with the first round of matches in the Guinness PRO14.

Leinster travel to Cardiff and Eir Sport is kicking off its first season as the TV station with every game by opening up for freeview to everyone on Saorview, Sky or via mobile. The only viewers who won't get to see Leo Cullen's Boys in Blue begin the defence of their title are those on Virgin Media's...

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