Ten Network, Chief Executive has lashed out against Rugby Australia over the way they handled the Raelene Castle’s resignations.

This comes as RA chairman Paul McLean prepares to sit down with 10 former Wallaby captains who wrote a letter expressing their discontent about the state of rugby in Australia.

Ten boss Paul Anderson described the failure to keep the network in the loop about corporate leadership changes at RA as “deeply concerning”.

Paul Anderson said Ten has been the free to air broadcaster and a major advocate for rugby in Australia and believes the events surrounding Castle’s resignation has been shameful.
He is also very concern what this all means for the game.
According to reports the intern RA Chief McLean ignore a text on Friday from Anderson, who wanted to check in with McLean on the circumstances surrounding Castle’s departure.

This does not spell anything good for a already struggling Australian Rugby board.

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