WRU Reports Record Turnover Of £74.9m

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25 September 2017

The Welsh Rugby Union Group has reported record turnover for year-end 2017 of £74.9m (€85.4m) up £1.6m from the previous year. The WRU has re-invested £36.6m into the national game at all levels, which equates to an 11% increase for the second ...

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