Thomas Lavanini has committed to the new Argentinean Super Rugby team until at least the end of 2018.
The Japan Rugby Football Union has launched a fan engagement initiative as part of the process to come up with a name for the team that will join Super Rugby in 2016.
Pumas flyhalf Nicolás Sánchez is the latest player to sign with the Argentina Rugby Union ahead of their entry into Super Rugby next year.
Cardiff Blues utility back, Joaquín Tuculet, has confirmed that he will return home to Argentina to represent his country's Super Rugby team from 2016.
Pumas captain, Agustín Creevy, has become the first player based outside of Argentina to commit to the country's Super Rugby franchise which will join the competition next year.
The Australian Rugby Union today announced international referee Steve Walsh has retired from all forms of match officiating with immediate effect to pursue business interests outside of rugby.
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Tomas Cubelli headlines a numer of players to commit to Argentina's new Super Rugby franchise with Javier Ortega Desio, Thomas Lezana, Gabriel Ascarate and Matias Orlando also signing up.
Rodrigo Báez and Matías Alemanno have pledged their commitment to Argentina's new Super Rugby franchise from 2016, officially signing with the UAR on Tuesday.
Preparations are underway for Argentina's entry to Super Rugby in 2016 with Martín Landajo and Guido Petti becoming the first players to commit to the Buenos Aires-based franchise.