WRU Increase Turnover Last Season By 13% To Over £70m

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5 October 2016

The Welsh Rugby Union Group (WRU) has posted an impressive set of results for the financial year ending June 2016 which sees turnover increase to £73.3m from £64.8m previously, a 13% increase. They have re-invested £33.1m into the national game which...

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