THE Welsh Premiership clubs will meet this week to discuss wide-ranging proposals to put to the Welsh Rugby Union about their future.
Against a backdrop of uncertainty over their funding and structure and where they sit in the player pathway, the 12 teams are set to draw up plans to clearly outline what they need to continue to play a productive part in the development of talent to the regions and Wales.
Most Premiership clubs believe there needs to be stronger links between them and the professional game to provide academy players with competitive fixtures.
“The first thing we need to kn...
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