David Collier OBE

  • Collier Not To Continue At Helm Of RLIF

    Former England and Wales cricket board CEO, David Collier has advised he will not renew his contract as CEO with the Rugby League International Federation in May next year. Collier was appointed the first full-time employee of rugby league's international governing body in 2015. “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time in this role and have met and worked with many great people involved with Rugby League. I am convinced that the organisation and the sport is now superbly placed to take full advantag...

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  • RLIF Appoints Collier As Inaugural CEO

    The Rugby League International Federation has revealed that former England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive David Collier OBE is set to become its first CEO. Collier has served two world governing bodies of sport, the International Cricket Council and the International Hockey Federation, and been tournament director at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi as well as working at the ECB for a decade and will begin his new role on April 1. He has also had senior executive management experience in...

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  • US And England Face Play Off To Host 2021 RLWC

    England are set to for a play-off with the United States in a bid to host the 2021 Rugby League World Cup. Rugby League International Federation chief executive, David Collier has revealed that after receiving initial interest from four countries, the shortlist has been reduced to two, with the winner to be announced during the 2016 Four Nations Series in November. Collier declined to reveal the final two but Press Association understands the choice will be made between the Rugby Football League...

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  • RLWC To Expand To 16 Teams In 2021

    The Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) has revealed that the 2021 World Cup will go back to featuring 16 teams rather than the existing 14-team format. The last time that the Rugby League World Cup featured 20 teams it was generally considered a failure as a host of pool matches were one-sided affairs and the number of participants was cut to just 10 for the tournament in 2008. The number of countries competing was bumped up to 14 last time around in 2013 and, after the tournament was...

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  • US Bid For 2021 RLWC

    Sydney-based sports marketing and event management company Moore Sports International  has submitted an official bid to take the Rugby League World Cup 2021 to the United States. "We are honoured and excited at the opportunity to showcase this sport to this nation - and the nation to this sport," said Jason Moore, the Australian chief executive of Moore Sports. "Rugby league already has a strong following in several major US markets and, should the 2021 World Cup be staged in the United States,...

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  • David Roberts - Newcastle Falcons

    Newcastle Falcons have appointed David ROBErts as commercial director. A co-founder of the Great North Run and Great Run series, David is managing director of sports marketing company, ROBErts & Partners Ltd. He has been responsible for a number of projects including the commercial rights to PGA Senior Championships, Hartlepool Tall Ships 2010 and assisting Durham County Cricket Club in their sponsorship requirements, as well as working for Nike Europe as Product Line Manager (Running)....

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  • David McMillan Becomes SRU Non-Exec

    David McMillan has joined the board of Scottish Rugby as an independent non-executive director, with effect from March 1 2017. David McMillan has spent the last 15 years with insurance firm Aviva plc, rising to become chairman, global healthcare and CEO, Europe and India in 2013. The vacancy on the Scottish Rugby board arose following the appointment of Colin Grassie, an existing independent non-executive director, as Scottish Rugby’s new chairman in January 2017, succeeding Sir Moir Lockhead...

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  • RLIF Reviews International Eligibility

    At the RLIF board meeting held on May 10, it was decided that an immediate review of the international eligibility rules would be conducted. RLIF chairman Nigel Wood commented: "The board received a report from the chief executive concerning the eligibility rules and the RLIF regulations for international football. The board determined that an immediate review of eligibility rules should be conducted by David Collier, the chief executive of the RLIF, and Andrew Hill, the secretary of the RLIF....

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  • Face to Face with David Armstrong, Wasps CEO

    Thanks to Global Sports Jobs we bring you a face-to-face video interview with Wasps CEO, David Armstrong where he covers his business background, the circumstances of his appointment and hiring the right people.  See also... Wasps' Armstrong Appointed As World Champs Non-Exec Face-to-Face with...David Armstrong Armstrong Tells Expo Secrets of Wasps Success    ...

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  • Greece Suspended From RLEF

    Following a year-long investigation, which culminated in an extraordinary general meeting of the RLEF membership, Greek rugby league’s governing body has been suspended indefinitely for wilfully acting in a manner prejudicial to the interests of the RLEF and international rugby league. “The RLEF felt it was important to impose special administrative measures to arrest further deterioration of the situation and rebuild the sport in Greece,” said RLEF general manager Danny Kazandjian. “The...

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