RLWC chief calls for ‘binding agreements’ to ensure Australia, New Zealand compete

Jon Dutton, chief executive of the organising committee of the Rugby League World Cup, has called for Australia and New Zealand to sign binding contracts to play at next year’s tournament after the withdrawal of the two nations led to the postponement of the event.

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