FOUR months of upheaval at Australian Rugby Union headquarters continued yesterday with confirmation that one of the men who selected John Connolly as Wallabies coach is set to be moved aside for a rugby league official. Several ARU staff members told the Herald yesterday that Dr Peter Davis, the head of the ARU's high-performance unit, was being "offered another position in the organisation". The Herald has been told the prime candidate to take over Davis's position is the current Manly NRL club's chief executive Pat Wilson. Wilson is well known in Sydney rugby circles. Before he joined Manly last year he was the Waratahs' general manager of commercial and community rugby. A former club rugby player, Wilson was a candidate for the NSW Rugby Union's chief executive officer position, while he was also on the short list for the Western Force CEO job.