World Rugby will make a decision if the July test matches will go ahead by the end of April.
With almost every country in the world in some kind off logged down sport has taken a backseat. With millions being lost in all sports all over the world countries has taken steps to cut players and coaches salaries as each sport federation are fighting to survive in these difficult times.
“For the moment, they’ll take a decision end-April on the cancellation of the July tours,” Laporte said, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on sporting events.
World Rugby President Beaumonth had suggested that the July test to be moved to autumn but no decision has been made yet.
July is normally the Northern nations traveling to the south for international test matches and in November the Southern nations travel up north for the autumn test series.
The Springboks was due to play Scotland and Georgia in July but we will have to wait and see what decision will be made at the end of April