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
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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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