IRFU impose club salary cap
May 30, 2000
The IRFU have agreed a one year trial of a system of 'salary capping' for players in its league clubs.
Although our or five senior clubs were not in favour of the proposals, which were requested by the clubs as a whole, they will be in place for an initial one year period.
Accordingly, those regulations are now in place and are now binding on all
The overall limit for a club for all match fees and win bonuses for a season has also been set - at £IR50,000.
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