‘Japan a long way from Rugby Champs inclusion’

Japan may one day be considered for inclusion in the Rugby Championship but the current focus is on improving the competitiveness of the Tokyo-based Sunwolves in Super Rugby, New Zealand’s Steve Tew has said. With Japan hosting Asia’s first World Cup in …
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