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Dutton Acknowledges Four Nations Failings

24 November 2016

Rugby league’s Four Nations tournament director Jon Dutton has given the tournament a score of seven out of 10 and admitted he was disappointed with some of the attendances. A total of 153,664 fans ...

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Premiership Only Scratching Surface Of Its Potential, Says McCafferty

4 November 2016

Premiership Rugby’s growth has been exponential in recent years but chief executive Mark McCafferty insists we haven’t seen anything yet. The latest television deal with BT Sport, signed last year...

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Quins Spy Bright Future After Bond Success

2 June 2016

Harlequins may have had a disappointing end to the season on the pitch but it has been another success story off the pitch and the recent launch of the club’s mini-bond might just pave the way for e...

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Fitzgerald & Munster Under Pressure

13 January 2016

Munster CEO, Garrett Fitzgerald held a press conference at the Castletroy Park Hotel, Limerick this week ostensibly to outline the details around Andy Farrell joining the province on a temporary consu...

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Armstrong Tells Expo Secrets Of Wasps’ Success

26 November 2015

Wasps Group CEO David Armstrong has told delegates how the club has been transformed from a business making a £4 million per year loss to the biggest rugby club in Europe in revenue terms as the annu...

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Casey Confident Exiles Have The Platform For Success

18 June 2015

Bob Casey may have retired from playing just three short years ago but he has now risen to the position of CEO at London Irish and is confident that the club is ready to make major strides under his s...

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