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Player Whereabouts

The IRB’s Out of Competition (OOC) Testing Programme includes a set number of Member Unions and their Players in both the 15s and 7s disciplines of the Game. All Players nominated to be part of the IRB’s OOC Testing Programme will be placed in either the Registered Testing Pool (RTP) or the Testing Pool (TP) and are required to provide whereabouts information to enable No Notice Out of Competition Testing to be conducted.

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