New Zealand Rugby Union chief executive Steve Tew is aware of “four” possible options for Super Rugby’s 18th team.
The three Sanzar partners are due to present the new format to broadcasters on June 30 with Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong all thought to be in the mix to host the team.
“There are certainly some live options on the table,” Tew said after the NZRU’s May board meeting. “It’s a work in progress and a deadline hasn’t been reached yet. We’re sure there are at least four groups that are seriously looking at a variety of locations around the Southern Hemisphere.”
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