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  • 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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  • Gordon Lord Joins RFU As Head Of Coach Development

    ... head of international player development, the scope of Lord’s role will see him support, stretch and challenge the performance of professional coaches working with England teams, Premiership and Championship clubs and academies. Lord joins from the England and Wales cricket board (ECB) where he has worked for over 25 years, first as a national coach and then most recently as head of elite coach development. Lord said he was delighted to be joining at an exciting time for English rugby. "This...

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  • Quins Hire new Media and PR Manager

    ... Gaunt has been appointed as the new media and pr manager at Harlequins. Gaunt joins from the London Broncos rugby league club where she was marketing and communications manager. She has also previously worked for the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and the England and Wales cricket board (ECB). She will start August 22 joining Callum Sheppard, the club’s media and pr executive , in its Communications Department for the start of the news season....

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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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  • Richard Greenwood Joins Wales RL Board

    Former England rugby union coach Richard Greenwood has joined Wales Rugby League's (WRL) board of directors. A key reformist in the RFU’s move to professionalism in the nineties, the 73-year old now resides in Colwyn Bay and has been key figure in rugby league’s huge rise in popularity in North Wales. Chairman of Rhyl and Prestatyn Panthers RLFC since 2011, he has been instrumental in establishing solid foundations for the finances of the club, but his most enjoyable and rewarding role has b...

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  • Wales v England Draws Strong TV Audience

    A peak television audience of 8.8 million people watched Friday night's Six Nations opener between Wales and England last week. The full programme for the Millennium Stadium clash, which England won 16-21, averaged 7.31 million on BBC One - 31.4% of the entire viewing audience. It was the most watched programme on television and the impressive viewing figures have led to speculation that the Rugby Footbal Union (RFU) will consider hosting Friday night England fixtures at Twickenham in future Six...

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  • Behind the Brand - Gullivers

    Who are they? The Gullivers Group Ltd includes Gullivers Sports Travel, which deals with supporters’ tours as well as organising rugby club and school tours. There’s a subsidiary called cricket Logistics, which is the Official Tour Operator for cricket World Cup run from an office in Barbados. The company also has a transport and warehousing business, which specialises in moving chocolate around Europe in tankers, an employment agency and shareholding in Events International Ltd, one of the...

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  • All Blacks Get £1.5m Fee to Face England

    The All Blacks will command the highest fee in world rugby against England at Twickenham – £1.5m which works out at £18,750 a minute. The terms of a contractual agreement between the Southern Hemisphere superpowers and the RFU entitle Australia to claim the same guarantee for their appearance against Wales in Cardiff on December 1, the same day as England-New Zealand. The New Zealand and Australian Unions are free to negotiate their own fees for the fixtures because they fall outside the IRB...

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  • England & Wales In £10m Match Deal

    England and Wales have struck a deal worth up to £10m to play two more matches immediately before the next World Cup, according to The Rugby Paper. The cooling of Anglo-Welsh relationships over the Joe Marler racist row has not prevented the RFU and the WRU from reaching a formal agreement over home and away fixtures in late summer 2019 before leaving for the tournament in Japan. Full houses at Twickenham and Cardiff will generate around £8m in ticket revenue even from reduced prices. Televisi...

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  • BBC to Broadcast Autumn Series 2012

    The cream of northern hemisphere Rugby League talent will take centre stage in October and November when England, France and Wales compete in the 2012 Autumn International Series. Each nation will host one match in the series which culminates in the final at Salford City Stadium on Sunday November 11. The RFL has agreed a deal with the BBC that will see all four matches broadcast live on terrestrial television. The 2012 Autumn International Series kicks off on the afternoon of Saturday October 2...

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