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Izack Rodda performed for Australia through the 2019 World Cup

Rugby Australia and Queensland Rugby Union have launched Izack Rodda, Harry Hockings and Isaac Lucas after they refused Covid-19-related pay cuts.

The trio have been stood down by Queensland Reds on Monday for not accepting the interim pay offers.

RA stated the choice was made after the gamers selected to “pursue termination of their contracts” and was “effective immediately”.

It comes after RA warned of A$120m (£64.4m) losses due to coronavirus.

Rugby Australia interim chief government Rob Clarke stated: “The recreation collectively took the troublesome however needed motion to face down over 70% of your entire rugby workforce, which equates to over 150 staff that are actually receiving the JobKeeper subsidy [from the Australian government].

“At the identical time, 189 skilled rugby gamers in Australia accepted decreased pay for an interim interval to allow the sport to navigate this unprecedented scenario. The three Queensland gamers elected to not settle for these phrases.”

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