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  • Moves - Lydon back in league

    Former Wigan and Great Britain centre Joe Lydon is Back in rugby league after a seven-year absence. Lydon, who resigned as the Rugby Football League's technical director in 2000 to work for the Rugby Football Union and coached England's Backs from 2004-06, is to work part-time in Harlequins' sales and marketing department.

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  • Newcastle Seek Council Loan To Buy Back Kingston Park

    A report in the Newcastle Chronicle has revealed that Newcastle Falcons are seeking a loan from the local council in order to buy Back Kingston Park stadium. Newcastle City Council are reportedly considering brokering a multi-million pound loan for the Aviva Premiership club, details of which will be discussed at a closed session of its business cabinet this week. the Falcons currently lease the ground from landlords Northumbria University and have two years remaining on the deal. the loan was s...

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  • Salford ground back on track

    the Salford Reds’ new stadium is Back on track after administrators Begbies Traynor agreed for the land to be placed Back in the club’s control after the conclusion of the voluntary administration process of Red City Developments. With the position regarding Red City now finalised, control of the development land has now passed to Peel Holdings - the club’s preferred developer partner - who will now proceed to finalise the project in readiness for work on the stadium to commence. the new r...

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  • Kris Radlinski Joins Wigan Board

    Wigan Warriors general manager Kris Radlinski has been promoted to a position on the club's board of directors. Radlinski, who used to play full-Back for Wigan and Great Britain, will join club chairman Ian Lenagan and non-executive director Winston Higham on the board. the 38-year-old scored 183 tries in 322 appearances for Wigan between 1993 and 2006 and has been a key member of the Backroom team in his role of general manager since 2010. Lenagan said: "Shaun Wane and I are very well aware of...

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  • York Get Double Stadium Boost

    After a change of ownership last year, York City Knights have been given a double boost with the news that they’ll be Back playing at Bootham Crescent ground this season and that the new community stadium project is looking more likely following a judicial review. Contracts between the club's new owners and City of York Council have finally been signed allow the team to play at York City FC's home for the 2017 and 2018 seasons as part of the local authority's Community Stadium scheme. Concerns...

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  • Gorvett Hoping Crowds Will Return Post RWC

    Bristol chief executive Steve Gorvett is hoping the crowds will start flocking Back to Ashton Gate now that the Rugby World Cup has come to an end. Bristol’s average attendance is down by almost 3,000 in the early stages of this season compared to the last campaign. the club’s home games were watched by an average of 8,055 people last season and that figure is just 5,338 across the opening four fixtures of this season. the club’s lowest Championship attendance in the last campaign was 6,42...

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  • Petrie Back At Murrayfield

    Former Scotland and Glasgow Warriors captain Jon Petrie is to return to serving the SRU as commercial operations manager after a new post was created. Petrie, who retired as a professional player in 2007, has been head of sponsorship for the energy company SSE for the last four years and has played a key role in their activities in the sports and entertainment markets.  Petrie said: “I’ve enjoyed the past seven years since I retired, proving myself away from rugby and building up commercia...

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  • Channel 4 To Show Wales Tour Games Free To Air

    Wales’ tour games against South Africa and Argentina next month will be available live on free to air. Channel 4 recently announced a four-year deal from 2018/19 to broadcast nine live matches each season of the Champions Cup and this summer’s international rugby rights adds to the channel’s rugby offering. Wales kick off their summer tour against the Springboks in Washington DC on June 2. they then travel south for Back-to-Back tests against the Pumas in San Juan on June 9, followed by Sa...

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  • Wigan Gain A Thirst For Magners

    Wigan Warriors have unveiled Magners Irish Cider as a new partner of the Club from 2012. the partnership with the Warriors is a two year deal and is built on the Back of their Match Sponsorship of this season’s Big One 3 game against Huddersfield Giants Back in June which attracted a crowd of over 19,000 fans to the DW Stadium. Speaking after the announcement, Magners GB Ltd national account executive, Neil Leamey, said: “As the saying goes ‘there’s Method in the Magners’ and we certa...

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  • All RWC Matches To Go To Ticket Ballot

    the general sale for Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets has now closed, with all 48 matches to go to a ballot in at least one of the four price categories. Supporters will find out the results of their application later this month and any remaining tickets will go Back on sale in the next phase in November. England Rugby 2015 CEO Debbie Jevans said: "We are very pleased with the demand for tickets and the number of applications. "It is clear that, for many matches or price categories, demand has excee...

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Coach Belgium Women Sevens Team

International coaching experience with rugby sevens, more in particular with the WGPS in Europe is a plus;
To able to work in a team with the existing staff (physios, manager, S&C coach) as well as the director of performance and the women sevens commission;
You have a coaching qualification, qualification in sevens is a plus;
You speak English as a minimum (French and Dutch is a plus);
You are available for 19 November 2018
Please send your CV, salary expectations and motivation letter before 15 October 2018.

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