All’s well that ends well and from that front Rugby Australia is ecstatic Queensland will host the remainder of The Rugby Championship.
Yet, the distrust between Rugby Australia and New Zealand Rugby won’t be forgiven over a popping of champagne to celebrate this success.
While Perth will also host the delayed third Bledisloe, which also acts as the completion of the second round of the TRC, a date has still not been set because of a possible venue clash at Optus Stadium with the second weekend of the AFL finals.
RA on Tuesday confirmed foxsports.com.au’s report on Monday that the Sunshine State would host the remainder of the TRC.
It means Queensland audiences will witness four double-headers over as many weekends starting on the 12th September, including the historic 100th Test between the All Blacks and Springboks.