RugbyWA is going into voluntary administration after the state’s rugby body said it cannot afford to pay legal costs being sought over two failed legal attempts to save the Western Force.
The development comes after the Force was cut from the Super Rugby competition earlier this year.
RugbyWA took legal action to try to save the team, but was ultimately unsuccessful.
Today the group confirmed KordaMentha had been appointed as voluntary administrators.
RugbyWA president Hans Sauer said Rugby Australia, formally known as the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), had pursued th…