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Post by Sin é Mon 28 Mar 2016, 2:00 pm

I see that he has a lot of SH support (nominated by Steve Tew NZ, and seconded by Agustín Pichot (Argentina).
I wonder what favours were given for that. Very Happy

So, what do people think of Beaumont as next chair of World Rugby?

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World Rugby has confirmed the nominations for the positions of Chairman and Vice-Chairman, which will be determined at the annual meeting of Council on 11 May, 2016.

In accordance with World Rugby Bye-Law 9.6.2 (c), member unions were invited to submit nominations for the position of World Rugby Chairman and/or Vice-Chairman by the closing date of 12 March, 2016.

Bill Beaumont (RFU), pictured above, has been nominated for the position of Chairman by his union to succeed Bernard Lapasset, who is not seeking re-election, while Agustín Pichot (UAR) has been nominated by his union for the position of Vice-Chairman to succeed Oregan Hoskins, who is also not seeking re-election. In accordance with the bye-law, both nominations were proposed and seconded by a member of Council.

At the Council meeting, a candidate must achieve a simple majority of the votes held by the members of Council present, in line with the electoral process set out under the bye-law. The vote numbers will be published.

For the position of Chairman, Bill Beaumont was nominated by RFU, proposed by Agustín Pichot (UAR) and seconded by Steve Tew (NZR).

For the position of Vice-Chairman, Agustín Pichot was nominated by UAR, proposed by Bill Beaumont (RFU) and seconded by Michael Hawker (ARU).

The new Chairman and Vice-Chairman will be elected for a period of four years commencing on 1 July, 2016.
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Post by nathan Mon 28 Mar 2016, 2:14 pm

Sin é wrote:I see that he has a lot of SH support (nominated by Steve Tew NZ, and seconded by Agustín Pichot (Argentina).
I wonder what favours were given for that. Very Happy

So, what do people think of Beaumont as next chair of World Rugby?

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World Rugby has confirmed the nominations for the positions of Chairman and Vice-Chairman, which will be determined at the annual meeting of Council on 11 May, 2016.

In accordance with World Rugby Bye-Law 9.6.2 (c), member unions were invited to submit nominations for the position of World Rugby Chairman and/or Vice-Chairman by the closing date of 12 March, 2016.

Bill Beaumont (RFU), pictured above, has been nominated for the position of Chairman by his union to succeed Bernard Lapasset, who is not seeking re-election, while Agustín Pichot (UAR) has been nominated by his union for the position of Vice-Chairman to succeed Oregan Hoskins, who is also not seeking re-election. In accordance with the bye-law, both nominations were proposed and seconded by a member of Council.

At the Council meeting, a candidate must achieve a simple majority of the votes held by the members of Council present, in line with the electoral process set out under the bye-law. The vote numbers will be published.

For the position of Chairman, Bill Beaumont was nominated by RFU, proposed by Agustín Pichot (UAR) and seconded by Steve Tew (NZR).

For the position of Vice-Chairman, Agustín Pichot was nominated by UAR, proposed by Bill Beaumont (RFU) and seconded by Michael Hawker (ARU).

The new Chairman and Vice-Chairman will be elected for a period of four years commencing on 1 July, 2016.

perhaps there were no favors and they just think he's best for the job...

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Post by Rugby Fan Mon 28 Mar 2016, 2:16 pm

Not popular in some quarters, although there's a lot of guesswork in this account:

http://tier2rugby.blogspot.jp/2016/03/old-school-bill-beaumont-bad-news-for.html

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Post by Sin é Mon 28 Mar 2016, 2:25 pm

nathan wrote:
Sin é wrote:I see that he has a lot of SH support (nominated by Steve Tew NZ, and seconded by Agustín Pichot (Argentina).
I wonder what favours were given for that. Very Happy

So, what do people think of Beaumont as next chair of World Rugby?

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World Rugby has confirmed the nominations for the positions of Chairman and Vice-Chairman, which will be determined at the annual meeting of Council on 11 May, 2016.

In accordance with World Rugby Bye-Law 9.6.2 (c), member unions were invited to submit nominations for the position of World Rugby Chairman and/or Vice-Chairman by the closing date of 12 March, 2016.

Bill Beaumont (RFU), pictured above, has been nominated for the position of Chairman by his union to succeed Bernard Lapasset, who is not seeking re-election, while Agustín Pichot (UAR) has been nominated by his union for the position of Vice-Chairman to succeed Oregan Hoskins, who is also not seeking re-election. In accordance with the bye-law, both nominations were proposed and seconded by a member of Council.

At the Council meeting, a candidate must achieve a simple majority of the votes held by the members of Council present, in line with the electoral process set out under the bye-law. The vote numbers will be published.

For the position of Chairman, Bill Beaumont was nominated by RFU, proposed by Agustín Pichot (UAR) and seconded by Steve Tew (NZR).

For the position of Vice-Chairman, Agustín Pichot was nominated by UAR, proposed by Bill Beaumont (RFU) and seconded by Michael Hawker (ARU).

The new Chairman and Vice-Chairman will be elected for a period of four years commencing on 1 July, 2016.

perhaps there were no favors and they just think he's best for the job...

Here is a summary of what went down for the last election.

http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2011/dec/13/bill-beaumont-irb-home-unions
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Post by TJ Mon 28 Mar 2016, 5:06 pm

I think Beaumont is an honest man and a rugby man thru and thru. Whether he is the right man for now I don't know. I suspect he might be too rooted in the past

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Post by funnyExiledScot Mon 28 Mar 2016, 5:08 pm

TJ wrote:I think Beaumont is an honest man and a rugby man thru and thru.  Whether he is the right man for now I don't know.  I suspect he might be too rooted in the past

I'd second that. Absolutely no questionning his integrity or his love of the game, but this role may require a deft hand. Time will tell. I wish him the very best.

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Post by Sin é Mon 28 Mar 2016, 5:20 pm

I think he is a decent enough skin, but the RFU have let the English clubs walk all over them in recent years. I'd be worried about the amount of influence they have with him.

Will Beaumont be able to put world rugby ahead of England rugby?
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Post by Exiledinborders Mon 28 Mar 2016, 7:11 pm

Sin é wrote:I think he is a decent enough skin, but the RFU have let the English clubs walk all over them in recent years. I'd be worried about the amount of influence they have with him.

Will Beaumont be able to put world rugby ahead of England rugby?
Actually in recent years the English clubs and the RFU have had a very good relationship. They have established a mutually beneficial system of academies and player access.


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Post by TJ Mon 28 Mar 2016, 7:18 pm

Exiled - you really believe that? PRL have been running the show and the RFU have been proven to be a paper tiger as regards the premiership teams

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Post by Exiledinborders Mon 28 Mar 2016, 7:33 pm

TJ wrote:Exiled - you really believe that?  PRL have been running the show and the RFU have been proven to be a paper tiger as regards the premiership teams
Yes. The PRL and RFU work OK together. They are reported to be about to sign another agreement for the next few years.

The agreement means England get access to players outside international windows and premiership teams get money for academies which develops players for clubs and England. the money generated by international games also funds lower level rugby. What is not to like.

The PRL may have got their way in negotiations with the Pro 12 and you might have hoped that the RFU would ride to the rescue of the Pro12 teams but it is no part of the RFU's job to protect the interests of teams from other unions. In particular it was never their job to protect a system which English teams received less money and had more difficult qualification than teams from other countries. Why on earth would they?

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Post by Sin é Mon 28 Mar 2016, 8:04 pm

The PRL signed a media deal with BT Sport without the required approval of the RFU.

They got themselves expelled from the HCup and it was Beaumont who had to get down on his knees and beg the other Unions (FFR were very happy to dump them) not to exclude the English clubs, particularly coming into the World Cup.

A great relationship if you think blackmail is the way to go.


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Post by nathan Mon 28 Mar 2016, 10:09 pm

Sin é wrote:
nathan wrote:
Sin é wrote:I see that he has a lot of SH support (nominated by Steve Tew NZ, and seconded by Agustín Pichot (Argentina).
I wonder what favours were given for that. Very Happy

So, what do people think of Beaumont as next chair of World Rugby?

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World Rugby has confirmed the nominations for the positions of Chairman and Vice-Chairman, which will be determined at the annual meeting of Council on 11 May, 2016.

In accordance with World Rugby Bye-Law 9.6.2 (c), member unions were invited to submit nominations for the position of World Rugby Chairman and/or Vice-Chairman by the closing date of 12 March, 2016.

Bill Beaumont (RFU), pictured above, has been nominated for the position of Chairman by his union to succeed Bernard Lapasset, who is not seeking re-election, while Agustín Pichot (UAR) has been nominated by his union for the position of Vice-Chairman to succeed Oregan Hoskins, who is also not seeking re-election. In accordance with the bye-law, both nominations were proposed and seconded by a member of Council.

At the Council meeting, a candidate must achieve a simple majority of the votes held by the members of Council present, in line with the electoral process set out under the bye-law. The vote numbers will be published.

For the position of Chairman, Bill Beaumont was nominated by RFU, proposed by Agustín Pichot (UAR) and seconded by Steve Tew (NZR).

For the position of Vice-Chairman, Agustín Pichot was nominated by UAR, proposed by Bill Beaumont (RFU) and seconded by Michael Hawker (ARU).

The new Chairman and Vice-Chairman will be elected for a period of four years commencing on 1 July, 2016.

perhaps there were no favors and they just think he's best for the job...

Here is a summary of what went down for the last election.

http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2011/dec/13/bill-beaumont-irb-home-unions
Ah so it is yet another thread you have started that try's to paint someone English in a bad light.

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Post by nathan Mon 28 Mar 2016, 10:10 pm

Sin é wrote:The PRL signed a media deal with BT Sport without the required approval of the RFU.

They got themselves expelled from the HCup and it was Beaumont who had to get down on his knees and beg the other Unions (FFR were very happy to dump them) not to exclude the English clubs, particularly coming into the World Cup.

A great relationship if you think blackmail is the way to go.


Love it how you try and spice up the story to continue with your anti English agenda

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Post by Sin é Mon 28 Mar 2016, 10:20 pm

nathan wrote:
Sin é wrote:
nathan wrote:
Sin é wrote:I see that he has a lot of SH support (nominated by Steve Tew NZ, and seconded by Agustín Pichot (Argentina).
I wonder what favours were given for that. Very Happy

So, what do people think of Beaumont as next chair of World Rugby?

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World Rugby has confirmed the nominations for the positions of Chairman and Vice-Chairman, which will be determined at the annual meeting of Council on 11 May, 2016.

In accordance with World Rugby Bye-Law 9.6.2 (c), member unions were invited to submit nominations for the position of World Rugby Chairman and/or Vice-Chairman by the closing date of 12 March, 2016.

Bill Beaumont (RFU), pictured above, has been nominated for the position of Chairman by his union to succeed Bernard Lapasset, who is not seeking re-election, while Agustín Pichot (UAR) has been nominated by his union for the position of Vice-Chairman to succeed Oregan Hoskins, who is also not seeking re-election. In accordance with the bye-law, both nominations were proposed and seconded by a member of Council.

At the Council meeting, a candidate must achieve a simple majority of the votes held by the members of Council present, in line with the electoral process set out under the bye-law. The vote numbers will be published.

For the position of Chairman, Bill Beaumont was nominated by RFU, proposed by Agustín Pichot (UAR) and seconded by Steve Tew (NZR).

For the position of Vice-Chairman, Agustín Pichot was nominated by UAR, proposed by Bill Beaumont (RFU) and seconded by Michael Hawker (ARU).

The new Chairman and Vice-Chairman will be elected for a period of four years commencing on 1 July, 2016.

perhaps there were no favors and they just think he's best for the job...

Here is a summary of what went down for the last election.

http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2011/dec/13/bill-beaumont-irb-home-unions
Ah so it is yet another thread you have started that try's to paint someone English in a bad light.

Would you mind providing links to the other anti-English threads please as I certainly am not anti-English or have I created any threads that are anti-English.

Don't confuse having a distaste for the PRL as being anti-English.
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Post by Sin é Mon 28 Mar 2016, 10:21 pm

nathan wrote:
Sin é wrote:
nathan wrote:
Sin é wrote:I see that he has a lot of SH support (nominated by Steve Tew NZ, and seconded by Agustín Pichot (Argentina).
I wonder what favours were given for that. Very Happy

So, what do people think of Beaumont as next chair of World Rugby?

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World Rugby has confirmed the nominations for the positions of Chairman and Vice-Chairman, which will be determined at the annual meeting of Council on 11 May, 2016.

In accordance with World Rugby Bye-Law 9.6.2 (c), member unions were invited to submit nominations for the position of World Rugby Chairman and/or Vice-Chairman by the closing date of 12 March, 2016.

Bill Beaumont (RFU), pictured above, has been nominated for the position of Chairman by his union to succeed Bernard Lapasset, who is not seeking re-election, while Agustín Pichot (UAR) has been nominated by his union for the position of Vice-Chairman to succeed Oregan Hoskins, who is also not seeking re-election. In accordance with the bye-law, both nominations were proposed and seconded by a member of Council.

At the Council meeting, a candidate must achieve a simple majority of the votes held by the members of Council present, in line with the electoral process set out under the bye-law. The vote numbers will be published.

For the position of Chairman, Bill Beaumont was nominated by RFU, proposed by Agustín Pichot (UAR) and seconded by Steve Tew (NZR).

For the position of Vice-Chairman, Agustín Pichot was nominated by UAR, proposed by Bill Beaumont (RFU) and seconded by Michael Hawker (ARU).

The new Chairman and Vice-Chairman will be elected for a period of four years commencing on 1 July, 2016.

perhaps there were no favors and they just think he's best for the job...

Here is a summary of what went down for the last election.

http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2011/dec/13/bill-beaumont-irb-home-unions
Ah so it is yet another thread you have started that try's to paint someone English in a bad light.

Beaumont was shafted by the French for the last election. No need to paint anyone in any light as that is factual.
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Post by rainbow-warrior Tue 29 Mar 2016, 3:43 am

Bill's a very nice man, a very very nice man Smile No seriously I think he is a decent human being and would do a cracking job. Had a long chat with him in 2005 at Rotorua when he came down to NZ with the Lion's. Knows his onions and I believe he will do a cracking job for world rugby.
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Post by aucklandlaurie Tue 29 Mar 2016, 8:34 am


Bill Beaumont will make a fantastic chairman, we need some one to bring the issue of the Global season to a head and he will do that.

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Post by yappysnap Tue 29 Mar 2016, 9:33 am

As long as he changes the rules around the Haka so the opposing team can approach as close as they like without financial penalty I'll be happy

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Post by doctor_grey Tue 29 Mar 2016, 10:28 am

aucklandlaurie wrote:
Bill Beaumont will make a fantastic chairman, we need some one to bring the issue of the Global season to a head and he will do that.
I hope you are right, mate. It is needed. I think it will be a very tough fight.

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Post by Cyril Tue 29 Mar 2016, 10:48 am

I was hoping he would return to A Question of Sport to restore some much-needed gravitas.

I think he'll do a cracking job here though.

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Post by Sin é Tue 29 Mar 2016, 11:04 am

Isn't Bill Beaumont Chairman of Six Nations? Is that why the 'gypsy' comment was brushed under the carpet because it involved an England player and he is chairman of RFU as well?
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Post by No 7&1/2 Tue 29 Mar 2016, 11:09 am

Don't know who was on the panel for that decision. Given that we see more decisions coming from the English league ruling out England players from major tournaments, it doesn't seem likely that they pushed for leniancy.

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Post by Sin é Tue 29 Mar 2016, 11:37 am

No 7&1/2 wrote:Don't know who was on the panel for that decision. Given that we see more decisions coming from the English league ruling out England players from major tournaments, it doesn't seem likely that they pushed for leniancy.

There was no complaint:

The incident is complicated by the fact there was no complaint from citing officer, referee or player. It remains a mystery who presided over the Six Nations’ impromptu investigation, and how and where it took place.

http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2016/mar/22/joe-marler-gypsy-boy-england-wales-rfu-ian-ritchie-six-nations

It looks a bit dodgy if Beaumont is chair of both 6Ns and RFU!
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Post by No 7&1/2 Tue 29 Mar 2016, 11:41 am

Yes I suppose but by a lack of complaint they decided it needed reviewing themselves and did it? Hardly looks as if they wanted to hide away from it initially, but they bungled the outcome defintiely.

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Post by nathan Tue 29 Mar 2016, 6:55 pm

If we are playing that game, then are world rugby with the current president going to try and make bill a scapegoat for it all to try and swing the votes

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Post by Sin é Tue 29 Mar 2016, 11:35 pm

No, I don't think so. Bernard Lapasset is stepping down to head up the Paris bid for the Olympics. Beaumont is the only candidate for the job.

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Post by LordDowlais Wed 30 Mar 2016, 10:30 am

Well feck me Sin, what nationality would you like the chairman to be ?

You have to laugh you really do. When we talk about this type of thing in the Pro12 and the Irishness of it, you and your brethren say we are tin hatted, paranoid, conspiracy theorist, rubbish talking idiots.

Does this not make you the same ?

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Post by Sin é Wed 30 Mar 2016, 9:32 pm

LD, I don't care what nationality they are as long as they are up to the job.

I'd rate Vernon Pugh very highly as IRB Chairman.
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Post by munkian Thu 31 Mar 2016, 10:23 am

WRU Chairman Gareth Davies has bigged up BB and given his support for the role.
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Post by Sin é Thu 31 Mar 2016, 12:01 pm

munkian wrote:WRU Chairman Gareth Davies has bigged up BB and given his support for the role.

The IRFU, SRU & WRU will support Beaumont (and did the last time).

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