Gareth Davies

  • Dragons Name New Chief Executive

    Newport Gwent Dragons and Newport RFC have announced that Gareth Davies is taking over as the new chief executive for both clubs. The former Welsh international, who has held a number of high profile jobs including head of sport at the BBC and chairman of the Sports Council for Wales, will take up the position in September. Davies recently ended his tenure as dean of the Carnegie Faculty at Leeds Metropolitan University and is pleased to be following Lyn and Kingsley Jones in joining the Welsh...

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  • Stuart Davies Appointed Dragons CEO

    ... and Newport RFC have confirmed that former Wales number eight and rugby broadcaster and writer Stuart Davies has been appointed as chief executive at Rodney Parade. Swansea-born Davies began his duties as chief executive on February 1 and has replaced Gareth Davies, who has been elected chairman of the Welsh Rugby Union. Stuart Davies was capped 17 times for Wales and has previously worked for Swansea Council and most recently ended his tenure as executive director of Property Development and M...

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  • Stuart Gallacher - Scarlets RFC

    ... we have had our official opening and firmly settled into our operations here at the new stadium, I feel the time is right to retire as Chief Executive and move on at the end of the season.   The Scarlets will also bid farewell to managing director, Gareth Davies who leaves at the end of the season to take up a new role as Business Development Director at UK telecoms leader, Link Telecom.  Mr Davies will oversee and develop Link Telecom’s substantial sports sponsorship portfolio, which inclu...

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  • WRU Streamline Governance

    WRU chairman, Gareth Davies has written to each of the union's 320 member clubs to outline a major structural overhaul which is to modernise the way the game is governed in Wales. Four new sub-boards have been created to discuss specific aspects of governance prior to full board meetings, with the aim of streamlining the decision-making process in Welsh Rugby. Each sub-board will discuss their specific areas - Commercial, Financial, Professional/Performance and Community Game - meaning full boar...

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  • Davies joins Gloucester Rugby

    Gloucester Rugby have announced that Nigel Davies has agreed to become the new director of rugby at the club. The appointment sees Davies agree a three-year-contract with the club. Davies had been head coach of the Scarlets since June 2008 and the move sees him leave his home club, whom he has been associated with for three decades, playing 498 games for Llanelli before moving into coaching. The news follows the departure of Bryan Redpath to Sale Sharks two weeks before the end of the 2011-12 se...

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  • Q&A With RRW's Mark Davies

    The new chief executive of Regional Rugby Wales Mark Davies has given his first interview to Wales Online since taking up the position. Davies provides an update on where the four regions stand following the new peace deal between them and the Welsh Rugby Union.  The former Scarlets chief also claims that the Pro12 is targeting up to five main commercial partners between now and the end of the season. Pro12 sides are set to receive additional funds to the guaranteed €20m once revenue for the...

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  • Skolars GM Davies To Leave

    London Skolars general manager, Jac Davies is to step down at the end of the season. Davies, who joined the Skolars last summer will be moving back to his hometown in Wales to be closer to his family. Davies said “My time at Skolars has been the absolute highlight of my career to date, getting to know the fans, volunteers and all connected with this great club has been an immense privilege. I certainly have a soft spot for the club and will be continuing to help the club progress in a voluntar...

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  • Davies Takes Cardiff Top Job

    Cardiff Blues have announced that former Welsh international Phil Davies has been appointed as director of rugby. Davies will leave his post as defence coach for Aviva Premiership side Worcester Warriors at the end of the season to join up with the Blues.  The ex-Wales captain, born in Seven Sisters, spent a decade at Leeds Tykes between 1996 and 2006 taking the Yorkshire club from Division Three into top-flight Premiership rugby. He steered Leeds to their Heineken Cup debut in 2003 and to a Po...

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  • Gerald Davies Appointed Pro12 Chairman

    Former Wales and British and Irish Lions wing Gerald Davies has been appointed the new chairman of the Guinness Pro12 league. The 69-year-old replaces former Scotland full-back Andy Irvine following the turn of the Welsh Rugby Union to nominate the next chairman. Davies won 46 caps for Wales and toured with the British and Irish Lions in 1968 and 1971. He was also the tour manager for the Lions on their tour to South Africa in 2009. Pro12 chief executive John Feehan said: "It is a privilege to h...

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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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