Thursday August 13, 2020

Pro14 to seek player and staff exemptions from coronavirus restrictions

The rugby tournament kicks off in August with a truncated season of 15 games

28th June, 2020
Leinster and Glasgow Warriors in Pro14 action last February

The Guinness Pro14 rugby tournament will seek exemptions for players and team staff from any Covid-19 travel quarantine restrictions when it kicks off in August, the competition‘s chief executive has said.

While the 14-day quarantine restrictions in Ireland are being eased from July 9 for a “green list” of countries, they will be kept under review subject to any resurgence of the virus.

“We are in ongoing dialogue in all our territories,”...

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