PRPW has welcomed news that World Rugby has withdrawn plans to launch a 12-team Nations Championships saying those countries playing professional rugby in the second tier of the game were facing ‘a sinkhole … a lifetime of playing Test rugby in isolation, impoverishment and falling standards’.
Pacific Rugby Players Welfare fears a generation of Pacific Islands players could progress through their full Test careers without ever playing a tier one nation outside of a World Cup, under World Rugby's Nations Championship proposals.
World Rugby Has Failed Us. Now Is The Time For Our Voice To Be Heard.
PRPW CEO Dan Leo slams SANZAAR’s decision to deny the inclusion of a combined Pacific Super Rugby side, suggesting a World Rugby intervention could be required.
PRPW CEO Dan Leo responds to reports of Samoa Rugby Union accepting a seat on World Rugby’s Council.
Pacific Rugby Players Welfare has been strengthened today with the inclusion of Inoke Afeaki to the PRPW Board.
Manu Samoa players have today thanked everyone who supported the #HelpSamoa campaign of November 2017.
The Pacific Rugby Players Welfare board has been bolstered with inclusion of Wallis & Futuna national and former Racing Metro player Mikaele Tuugahala.
SKINS International has underlined its commitment to support Pacific rugby by partnering with Pacific Rugby Players Welfare
In a recent report, the BBC's Patrick Gearey highlights the challenges being faced by players who come to Europe from the Pacific Islands.
PRPW's French team gets more star quality as All Blacks Joe Rokocoko and Victor Vito join the Players Board and Simon Raiwalui accepts a role on the Community Team!