The following consultations are currently open for comment:
Betting and Anti-Corruption
Under its regular programme of regulatory review, Scottish Domestic Regulation 6 (SDR 6 : Betting and Anti-Corruption) has recently been considered. A draft of the proposed revised Regulation arising from this review is set out below for comment. The current Regulation in force is also attached for ease of reference.
In the main the changes proposed simply reflect:
- the reformatting of the document to bring it into line with Scottish Rugby's current common format; and
- the evolution of the structure of our game (e.g. changes to Women's international rugby, the advent of the "Super 6", etc.).
Please also note that, whilst not affecting the style or format of the document, the World Rugby Council amended its own Regulation on betting and anti-corruption (World Rugby Regulation 6) at its meeting during May 2019. This is of importance to all those involved in Scottish rugby as World Rugby Regulation 6 is fully incorporated into SDR 6.
Comments on the draft of Regulation SDR 6 : Betting and Anti-Corruption should be submitted to Scottish Rugby's Head of Regulation, Graham Ireland, at [email protected] no later than 21 June 2019.
Previous Consultations during 2019
The following consultations are now closed:
- Disciplinary Rules 2019/20 (Stages 1, 2 and 3)
- Adult National Competition Rules 2019/20 (Stages 1, 2 and 3);
- Schools & Youth Rugby Competition Rules 2019/20 (Stages 1, 2, 3A and 3B)
- Women's League Competition Regulations 2019; and
- Women's Cup Competition Regulations 2019
Consultations in 2018
The following Surveys are now closed:
- Supplemental Survey - National and Regional Rugby Structures;
- Survey - Domestic League Structure 2019/20;
- Survey - Provision of Payments / Material Benefits to Club Players;
- Illicit Drugs Policy (Stage 2);
- Pregnancy and Rugby Policy;
- Adult Rugby National Competition Rules 2018/19;
- Schools & Youth Rugby National Competition Rules 2018/19;
- Disciplinary Rules 2018/19; and
- Illicit Drugs Policy (Stage 1).