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  • RFU Signs Up Dove Men+Care

    The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has signed a deal with Dove Men+Care for the skinCare brand to become its official male grooming supplier until after the Rugby World Cup in 2015. The financial value of the agreement has not been released but the Unilever brand will benefit from match day branding rights at Twickenham, experiential and corporate hospitality rights and the ability to use players as part of the partnership. The three-year deal begins in September and RFU chief commercial officer...

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  • Dove Men+Care For WRU

    The Welsh Rugby Union has signed a deal with Dove Men+Care for the title sponsorship of the Wales versus Australia game at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, 3 December (kick-off 2.30pm). The men’s skinCare brand has acquired the naming rights for the “Dove Men Challenge” clash between the Rugby World Cup Bronze Medal finalists, after extending its contract with the WRU following Wales’ 2011 summer series home games against England and Argentina. The partnership with Unilever-owned Dove...

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  • NatWest Sponsors Schools Cup

    The Rugby Football Union (RFU) and the England Rugby Football Schools Union (ERFSU) have announced that NatWest will be the new sponsor of the Schools Cup. The bank replaces the Daily Mail and RBS and will become the sole title sponsor for the competition for the 2013-14 season and chief commercial officer Sophie Goldschmidt says the RFU is “delighted” with the new deal. NatWest already supports the governing body’s community programme RugbyForce and the firm’s senior sponsorship manager...

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  • Blues Quality Not Quantity Approach To Cost Ponty & Cardiff

    Cardiff Blues are to run a much smaller but higher quality squad and end their policy of providing players free to charge to Pontypridd and Cardiff RFC, according to Wales Online. The Arms Park-based region currently employ no fewer than 65 players at senior and academy level. They plan to cut that figure back drastically for next season, by having 38-40 senior players, supported by a group of academy youngsters. At present, a number of Blues employees play the bulk of their rugby at Premiershi...

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  • WRU Continue Partnership with Dove

    The Welsh Rugby Union has signed a title sponsorship deal with Dove Men+Care™ for the four-Test autumn international series of matches at the Millennium Stadium in a major expansion of the link with the skinCare brand. The Test matches in November against Argentina (Nov 10), Samoa (Nov 16), New Zealand (Nov 24), and Australia (Dec 1) will now be called the Dove Men Series. Dove Men+Care™ partnered with the WRU as title sponsors for the 2011 Summer series of matches and came on board again fo...

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  • Scarlets promote Easterby to Head Coach

    The Scarlets have announced that Simon Easterby will be their new head coach for the forthcoming season. The former Ireland international had served as defence coach for the welsh region for two years, having played 201 games for Llanelli and the Scarlets since making his debut in 1999. The appointment of Easterby follows the departure of former head coach Nigel Davies to Gloucester Rugby. The club have named Danny Wilson as new forwards coach at Parc Y Scarlets. The Scarlets have also revealed...

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  • HOK Looks At Future Stadium Tech With Quins Players

    An interesting insight into technological considerations for stadium architecture and future technology for enjoying live rugby has been published by HOK, the leading architects. Four Harlequins rugby players gathered in HOK's London office to discuss what they would like to see in the rugby stadiums of the future. John Rhodes, a director of HOK’s Sports + Recreation + Entertainment practice, met with Jamie Roberts (Wales), Tim Visser (Scotland), James Horwill (Australia) and Danny Care (Engla...

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  • RWC 2015 Signs Up Another Sponsor

    World Rugby has revealed that it has added to its portfolio of sponsors ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, with Dove Men+Care becoming its official male grooming supplier. The eighth edition of the tournament, which begins in England on September 18, is already being described as “the most commercially-successful Rugby World Cup to date” and Dove Men+Care joins the likes of Heineken, Land Rover, Société Générale, DHL, Emirates and MasterCard in aligning itself with the Rugby World Cup. C...

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  • STRI Announce Turf Care Courses

    STRI (Sports Turf Research Institute) is providing a series of training courses for groundstaff and turf Care professionals in England and Scotland during October and November. Four venues - Reading FC, Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, Rangers FC and Wetherby Racecourse - will each host the three individual days of training covering detailed and practical information on the latest products, techniques, technology and machinery used in the management and development of sports turf. Science-based, prac...

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