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Mr Moon, whose brother Rupert played scrum-half for Wales, once sat on the governing body of the RFU and was also involved in the establishment of the Rugby Union Players Association in 1996.
Mr Moon once sat on the governing body of the RFU and was also involved in the establishment of the Rugby Union Players Association in 1996.
Sutherland said that Howard's background as a pharmacist, his commercial experience including his current role as Chief Operating Officer of Cromwell Property Group, and his background as a board member of the Rugby Union Players Association, were factors rounding out his successful candidature.
The Irish Rugby Union Players Association have received a call from some of the players to oversee an anonymous review of the campaign.
The Irish Rugby Union Players Association had been involved in talks with the IRFU over the past week about match fees, tour fees and win bonuses - none of which had been subject to an increase in six years.
This week, the new Welsh Rugby Union Players Association was finally set-up and, at last, the players have a say in the future direction of the game.
For the squad, who are currently costing the Stradey Park club up to pounds 750,000 this season, have called in representatives of the Rugby Union Players Association to discuss a possible re-negotiation of their contracts.
The Rugby Union Players Association (RUPA) said salary levels would return to normal next year but the players had agreed to take a cut this year because all other staff at the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) were doing the same.