FRU board members term extended
August 30, 2015 12:58 am
Fiji Rugby Union board members terms’ in office have been extended from two to four years.
The decision was made at an FRU Special General Meeting held in Suva yesterday.
Representatives from the major unions around the country attended the gathering to discuss changes to the FRU constitution.
The only other new amendment to the FRU constitution is that 75% of major unions can now make up a quorum and convene a meeting, compared to 50% in previous years.
The FRU has agreed to the council’s proposal to extend an invitation to World Rugby to review the local body’s constitution.
Major unions have also been advised to submit their proposal’s on proposed changes to be made to the Skipper Cup competition format next season, whereby the bottom four teams are relegated to the second-tier competition, the Vodafone Rugby Trophy.