Latham became the first American to serve as a voting member of the International Rugby Board Council, which consists of 26 representatives from 18 unions and regional associations.
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IRB stands for International Rugby Board
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New Zealand rugby officials voiced confidence Wednesday that change is on the way despite the re-election of Frenchman Bernard Lapasset as International Rugby Board chairman.
The 31-year-old Samoa international was recently handed a suspended six-month ban by the International Rugby Board for comments he made accusing Welsh referee Nigel Owens of bias during Samoa's pool stage defeat to South Africa at the World Cup.
The decision to switch the games - which include England's September pool meetings with Argentina and Georgia and Scotland's clash with Argentina - was reached after the International Rugby Board and the New Zealand government received the final engineering report from AMI Stadium managers VBase.
Gloucester face a fine or even losing league points for defying an International Rugby Board ruling and including the Wales scrum-half Gareth Cooper on the bench for yesterday's Premiership win over Saracens.
HDC is the fourth of eight stops on the International Rugby Board series, which wraps up at Twickenham, in England, the first weekend in June.
Byline: By CIARAN O RAGHALLAIGH BRIAN O'DRISCOLL has launched a scathing attack on the International Rugby Board for letting All-Black duo Tana Umaga and Kevan Mealamu off the hook.
England are reported to be ready to lodge an official complaint to the International Rugby Board over the referee's handling of their 19-13 defeat in Ireland.