London Welsh: Winding-up order for unpaid HMRC tax bill dismissed

London Welsh
London Welsh were deducted 20 points after entering voluntary liquidation

A winding up order issued against Championship strugglers London Welsh has been dismissed by a judge.

Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs had applied for the Exiles to be wound up because of an unpaid tax bill of more than £90,000.

But registrar Nicholas Briggs dismissed the case on Monday after learning that Welsh entered voluntary liquidation last month.

The club are 11th in the table, having been deducted 20 points.

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