Chris Brereton

  • Wakefield Directors Offer To Step Down From Stadium Trust To Expedite Development

    Wakefield Trinity bosses Michael Carter and Chris Brereton have offered to resolve a dispute over their proposed new stadium by stepping down from the community trust charged with co-ordinating the development, if it means the planned £10m stadium will go ahead and be finished before the 2019 season starts. A statement was put out this week by the pair after it was announced that a new stadium trust has been set up by former club chairman Sir Rodney Walker in order to have the long-awaited proj...

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  • Wildcats In Financial Dilemma

    ... sponsorship deals for next season were somewhere in the region of the £400,000 mark.  We’ve targeted £600,000 for next season and we think it’s doable,” he said. There has been a restructure of the club's management, he confirmed, with himself and Chris Brereton responsible for day-to-day matters. The chief operating officer role remains with James Elston, who will be focussing on increasing the revenue significantly from £400,000 in 2013 to £600,000 for the 2014 season. “Anybody...

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  • Chris Taylor Joins Huddersfield Board

    Huddersfield Giants have announced that local businessman Chris Taylor will join the club as a non-executive director. Taylor will join the board with immediate effect alongside chairman Ken Davy, managing director Richard Thewlis, deputy chairman Paul Morgan and directors Keith Hellawell, Mel Green and Allan Bamber. The 49-year-old set up Arrow Self Drive with his business partner Robert Hill in 1988, a company that has now grown to become one of Yorkshire's leading suppliers of rental vehicles...

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  • Bristol Rugby - Chris Booy

    Bristol rugby club have a new structure following the club's fundraising exercise. Chris Booy will assume the role as chairman with John Laycock who also played a key role in the re-financing exercise, taking the role of deputy chairman. John Portch return from retirement as deputy chief executive to support Steve Gorvett.

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  • Club Mourns Death Of Former Boss Beaumont

    Featherstone Rovers announced last week the death of former club director and CEO Chris Beaumont, who had a long association with the club since his days working for the tobacco company Silk Cut up until 2006 when he retired. Former chairman Richard Evans commented: "Chris's contribution to Featherstone Rovers was immeasurable. He brought his Silk Cut professionalism into the boardroom in a very difficult period in our history and never shirked the hard question. He became a personal friend thro...

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  • Face-To-Face With... Chris Rose

    Leicester Tigers' Head of Brand, Chris Rose, talks to Running Rugby about attracting new fans to Welford Road, the development of the new stand and the sponsorship situation at the club.

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  • RFL Appoints New Salary Cap and Licensing Manager

    The Rugby Football League (RFL) has appointed Chris Thair as salary cap and licensing manager. A graduate of Loughborough University, Thair, 34, has worked for the RFL for the last decade having previously worked at the London Broncos. Thair has played an active role in the RFL’s community department where, in his capacity as national community manager and previously as north west regional manager, he was part of the team that secured £29.4m in funding from Sport England in early 2009. Since...

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  • Maximuscle strikes deal with Robshaw

    Chris Robshaw has agreed a two-and-a-half year sponsorship deal with sports nutrition company Maximuscle, who will provide the England and Harlequins captain, who is also the 2011/2012 Premiership player of the season, with individually-tailored nutritional support for both the on and off season. Maximuscle already has agreements with the Rugby Football Union (RFU), the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU), London Wasps and Northampton Saints, as well as individuals Courtney Lawes and Ugo Monye. Mark Morgan,...

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  • RFL Recruits Brindley As Director

    The Rugby Football League (RFL) has appointed former NatWest, British Gas and Metro Bank man Chris Brindley to its board as a non-executive director. Brindley was most recently managing director of Metro Bank, which was set up in 2010 and is recognised as a challenger to the major banks for its focus on customer service. He was previously managing director at NatWest in the North of England and Scotland as well and was national sales director at British Gas. He also has experience in sport as th...

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  • Rawlings Appointed RFL Commercial Director

    The Rugby Football League (RFL) has announced the appointment of Chris Rawlings as commercial director. Rawlings joins the governing body with an impressive track record in delivering commercial success in the sports and entertainment industries, having previously worked with some of the world’s biggest brands. He will have responsibility for increasing commercial revenue across rugby league, working with current sponsors and establishing new partnerships and associations with the sport’s co...

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