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  • Korero win Edinburgh account

    ... advertising and across club literature and brochures. Nic Cartwright, the club’s CEO, said: “We are really pleased with the new brand identity as it has given the club a mix of tradition, dynamism, and uniqueness; built around a stylised image of Edinburgh Castle. Returning the Castle to the logo connects the past to the future and we hope our new identity demonstrates a break from the controversies of the recent past and represents both the positive values of rugby and our aspirations for...

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  • Bulldogs CEO Castle To Take The Reins At Rugby Australia

    Raelene Castle has been appointed Rugby Australia CEO replacing Bill Pulver and will start in January. The former Canbterbury Bulldogs CEO said she would begin her tenure by 'taking a breath' and building on the bonds she already has with many of the game's major stakeholders. "The first priority is to take a breath," she said. "It's been a very big year, it's been a challenging year and this is about some stability moving forward, but it's about building the relationships and building strong re...

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  • Edinburgh - A case history

    When the Edinburgh franchise was taken over by the Scottish Rugby Union in 2007, Korero were brought in to help new chief executive Nic Cartwright revitalise the club. Because of the turbulent history of the Scottish professional rugby union clubs, Garth and his team faced a tough challenge, particularly as they had just six weeks to the start of the season to get the project underway. “There was a lot of animosity in the community,” recalls Garth. “Basically there was very little support...

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  • Doncaster To Share Keepmoat If Promoted

    Doncaster will play home games at the Keepmoat Stadium next season if they are promoted to the Premiership while temporary facilities are installed at Castle Park to meet the Minimum Standards Criteria (MSC). The Knights lead Yorkshire Carnegie 30-17 after the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final with the second leg at Castle Park to come this weekend. If they do earn promotion, then the criteria set out by the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Professional Game Board (PGB) state tha...

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  • Carlsberg To Sponsor Doncaster Knights

    Carlsberg has struck a deal to become the principal shirt sponsor of ambitious SSE National League 1 side Doncaster Knights for the forthcoming season. The brand, which owns Tetley’s brewery in nearby Leeds, has extended its pouring rights deal at Castle Park for a further four years as well as signing the agreement to have its branding on the front of all shirts and Gary Puckering says it is a good move for the firm. “This builds on our long-standing relationship with the club at Castle Par...

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  • September Launch For Doncaster Academy

    Doncaster Knights have revealed plans for a new academy partnership with Doncaster College and University Centre, to launch in September 2015. From later in the year, the most talented rugby players enrolling on courses at Doncaster College’s new Academy of Sport will have a clear pathway to the Doncaster set-up. Academy of Sport players will complete all their rugby activity at Castle Park with access to the wide range of professional facilities at the club. The two academy sides will be coac...

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  • Edinburgh Starts Search For New MD

    Edinburgh Rugby has begun its search for a new managing director to replace Craig Docherty, who is taking up a new role with Scottish Rugby on 1 July. Docherty, who was appointed chief executive of Edinburgh at the beginning of the 2010/11 season, has worked for Scottish Rugby before in the commercial department and will be responsible for the new kit deal with Macron from the summer onwards. He will be looking after product licensing as well as the relationship with the retail partner and a spo...

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  • Edinburgh's Geddes Joins Stew Mel

    Edinburgh Evening News has reported that Edinburgh Rugby's former marketing manager, Lindsey Geddes has been appointed by Premiershiop club Stewart's Melville. Geddes, who spent 12 years with Edinburgh, is taking on the recently created post of business development manager and is tasked with generating income to secure the future of the club and help promote it to a wider audience. The position is being funded by an allocation from the Scottish Rugby Club Sustainability Fund, which was made...

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  • ESPC Partner Edinburgh Rugby

    Edinburgh Rugby has announced ESPC as an official partner of the team for the 2011/12 season. Under terms of the co-promotional partnership, the Rabodirect Pro12 side will receive significant marketing support through the company’s website and weekly property paper. Financial details of the agreement were not released. "I’m delighted to welcome such an established and high profile Edinburgh brand as ESPC to the suite of Edinburgh Rugby partners, at a point where the club is attracting more c...

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  • Edinburgh Issues Result In Davies Departure

    Edinburgh Rugby revealed on Saturday May 9th that managing director David Davies will step down at the end of May after widely-reported internal issues. Davies, previously of Wasps and QPR, who joined Edinburgh Rugby in April 2013, said: "I would like to thank the staff and fans at Edinburgh Rugby for their support over the past two years. The playing and coaching staff have made real progress over that period and I wish them all the best for the future. I am proud to have led Edinburgh, however...

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