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Castle falls

24 April 2020

10:07 AM

24 April 2020

10:07 AM

“Thank God.” 

I’m sure that is what Israel Folau would like to Tweet right now.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Rugby Union Raelene Castle has finally resigned after being told she had lost the support of the board. 

Castle presided over a code that is now understood to be nearly $16 million in debt. 

There is no contract with Foxtel or any other TV network going forward. 

In less than two and a half years, Castle has displayed continual pattern behaviour which has resulted in disaster for a sport that is in real danger of disappearing as a professional sport. 

Yet, until her resignation, she was in line to receive a $114,000...

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