Celtic Park

  • Exiles try Brentford

    London Welsh are looking to play one of their end-of-season home games at Brentford Football Club’s ground. The National League One side realise that if they are to fulfil their ambitions for top-flight rugby, their Old Deer Park ground won’t be suitable. Brentford’s Griffin Park ground is just a couple of miles from their current home and hosted the London Broncos rugby league side for a number of seasons. The match against the Cornish Pirates on March 31 is favourite to be staged there,...

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  • Celtic stadium proposals

    Super League newcomers Celtic Crusaders have submitted plans to Bridgend County Borough Council for a new state-of-the-art stadium. Proposals for a 15,000-capacity venue at Island Farm, Bridgend, include bars, corporate hospitality and conference suites, educational, recreational and community facilities, media suites and offices and a large indoor training facility. Crusaders chief executive David Thompson said: "The Crusaders are now playing at the elite level in the UK and we are committed to...

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  • Ireland Name 2023 Bid Stadiums

    ... Limerick and Belfast's Kingspan at Ravenhill were listed alongside eight GAA venues including Croke Park, Pairc Ui Chaoimh (Cork), Casement Park (Belfast), Fitzgerald Stadium (Kerry), Pearse Stadium (Galway), McHale Park (Mayo), Nowlan Park (Kilkenny) and Celtic Park (Derry). It has been forecast that hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2023 could provide a €2 billion boost to the local economy.    Rugby chiefs say this would be the biggest event ever put on in Ireland. IRFU chief executive Phil...

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  • New FIR Agreement Confirmed

    The Federazione Italiana Rugby (FIR) will join Celtic Rugby as an equal partner ahead of next season, confirming the continued participation of two Italian teams in what is currently known as the RaboDirect PRO12 for the next four years. Following a meeting in London on Tuesday 4 March between the FIR and the Celtic Rugby Unions (SRU, IRFU, WRU), an agreement was reached for the Italian federation to join Celtic Rugby as an equal partner from 1 July 2014 onwards and the terms of participation...

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  • Rabo Direct Take Early Exit

    Pro12 Rugby will be looking for a new sponsor for 2014-15 season as RaboDirect bank are to end their sponsorship league at the end of this season - three years into a four year deal. RaboDirect have stated their "key business objectives have been achieved." RaboDirect's main focus is on Ireland, and as such the organisation has decided to focus on sponsorship within Ireland. Celtic Rugby are now in search of a third sponsor since 2006 (Rabo followed cider brand Magners two years ago). Tim Bickne...

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  • SRU Open To Football At Murrayfield

    The Scottish Rugby Union (SRU) is open to the idea of allowing the Scottish national football team to play home games at BT Murrayfield Stadium as a way of cutting debts. The Scottish Football Association (SFA) is currently deciding between a revamp of the national stadium at Hampden Park or moving the football team to an alternative venue. The SRU reportedly has debts of £11 million, which would be eased by the valuable stream of income which would come with the football team playing games at...

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  • Zebre Collapse, FIR Take Over

    Ownership and management of Italian PRO12 side Zebre has been taken over by the Italian Federation (FIR) after doubts over the financial stability of the team’s holding company, Zebre Rugby Srl. Doubts emerged about Zebre's future after players were reportedly not paid for two months and there are still concerns about whether they will play beyond the 2017-18 season. A new company called Zebre Rugby Club Company has been created and a new chief executive and directors have been appointed. An F...

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  • Ironmen Become West Wales Raiders

    South Wales Ironmen Rugby League Club have new owners after the Rugby Football League approved a takeover by Andrew Thorne, the owner of West Wales Raiders RLFC, along with the board of the WRL Premier League club. The new ownership means that the club will move to Llanelli’s Stebonheath Park with immediate effect and will play three games in the Kingstone Press League 1 Shield at the stadium before playing there permanently from the start of the 2018 season under the West Wales Raiders name....

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  • Scorpions Become Ironmen and Hunslet's Hawk Is Replaced

    All change at Kingstone Press League 1 club, South Wales Scorpions as they become South Wales Ironmen in 2017. The club that was formed in 2009 when Celtic Crusaders moved to north Wales will also move home from Caerphilly to the artificial surface of Merthyr Tydfil’s Wern Park for next season. A new main sponsor in construction firm Dribuild has also been announced as well as a new kit supply contract with Macron. Lee Byrne, the ex- Ospreys, Wales and British Lions full back has become their...

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  • Musgrave Park To Be Renamed Irish Independent Park

    Musgrave Park, the Cork home of Munster, is to be renamed Irish Independent Park in a new 10-year naming rights agreement with Independent News & Media. The partnership agreement will come into effect next season and will assist in creating permanency for Munster Rugby in Ireland's second largest city, including assisting with the re-development of the grounds. The ground has played host to five Munster fixtures this season, welcoming crowds for three RaboDirect PRO12 fixtures, one friendl...

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