With the CONVID-19 bringing world sports to it knees most sport bodies are looking how to salvage this year to still be able to keep the doors open.
SA Rugby are reportedly working on radical plan to save the 2020 season.
According to newspaper reports SA Rugby presented a changed calendar to MyPlayers organisation last week.
They are looking to restarts the season in June if South Africa Government allows it.
One of the suggestions are for a two-month-long tournament which include the four Super Rugby Franchise and the two PRO14 franchises.
The Rugby Championship to be played in August and September with the Rugby Challenge and Curry Cup also starting at the same time.
It also makes previous for the two test against Scotland to be played in October but the Georgia test to be scrapped.
The end-of-year tour would be going ahead as planned.
This means that the Super Rugby competition will not be completed.
If this radical plan can not get the green light, SA Rugby is set to loose R200-million.
Time will tell if this will actually happen as there is no indication on beating this virus yet or when things will go back to normal