Jason Moore

  • US Bid For 2021 RLWC

    ... 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, American sports fans new to rugby league and who...

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  • USA & Canada To Host RLWC 2025

    ... Ground in 2014. "I thank the RLIF Board for their enthusiasm and vision for rugby league and in particular the tens of thousands of rugby league fans, in North America and around the globe, who gave us such strong support throughout this process" said Jason Moore, president and CEO Moore Sports International. "This is a powerful statement for rugby Lleague and its bright future in North America. I also thank the Moore Sports International extraordinary team of people in the USA and Australia th...

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  • England V NZ In Colorado?

    England’s next game after heroic failure against Australia last weekend could be against the Kiwis in Denver, Colorado next June according to an article in the Daily Telegraph. The newspaper revealed this week that a proposal by Australian promoter Jason Moore - the man behind the 2025 World Cup in North America - for an Anglo-Kiwi Test in the United States on the weekend of June 22-23, 2018 will be proposed. “What is the proposal? It’s to play a fully internationally sanctioned Test in th...

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  • Moore brothers get their ACT together to help retired rugby players

    Steve and Andy Moore have set up an Athlete Career Transition company, which prepares sportsmen for when they call it a day. Alex Goode is a player at the beginning of his international career but he revealed last month that he is already thinking about what he will do when he finishes the game. The basketball player Earl Monroe once said: "Sport is the only profession I know that when you retire, you have to go to work." It may not be true of leading footballers but it is for most other sportsm...

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  • Leonard And Brown On Lions Board

    Jason Leonard and Steve Brown have been appointed to the board of the British & Irish Lions as representatives from the Rugby Football Union. Past RFU president and Lion No 644, Leonard and newly appointed RFU chief executive officer, Brown replace 2017 tour manager John Spencer and Ian Ritchie respectively. “I’d like to thank John and Ian for their contribution to the Lions," said Lions board chairman Tom Grace. "John did a fantastic job as tour manager in New Zealand and we wish him al...

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  • Billy Whizz steps into fashion

    This month, World Cup winner Jason Robinson has launched his own clothing range.   It is a lifestyle clothing range, with a variety of t shirts and jumpers.  This is the first phase of Jason’s range; the next phase will reportedly encompass some technical garments as well as a women’s collection.   The clothes have been manufactured by Proskins Ltd and the price range is between £20 and £40.

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  • Off-Again, On-Again Transfer of Ownership of Bulls

    The Bradford Telegraph & Argus has reported on the recent complications at Bradford Bulls with the on-again, off-again ownership talks:   Talks aimed at resolving the ownership of Bradford Bulls were tonight described as “constructive” as it was revealed that directors Ian Watt, Mark Moore and Andrew Calvert were back running the club. Rugby Football League chief operating officer Ralph Rimmer today chaired a summit meeting at Odsal between Bulls owner Omar Khan and the group seeking to...

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  • Bulls Owner Leaves As Hunter-Paul Becomes CEO

    Bradford Bulls owner Omar Khan is set to sell the club due to ‘ill health’, it has been reported, and Mark Moore and Ryan Whitcut of Bedzruz will take over as new owners subject to Rugby Football League (RFL) approval. The deal will also see former sports minister Gerry Sutcliffe and Vipin Joshi leave their positions as directors as Moore and Whitcut will take up the position of joint chairmen. According to Robbie Hunter-Paul, who becomes CEO as part of the changes, the club will look for m...

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  • Bulls Appoint Financial Director

    Bradford Bulls have appointed local businessman Andrew Calvert as financial director as they wait for the Rugby Football League (RFL) to ratify the club's change of ownership. Calvert is a shareholder and will join former general manager Ryan Whitcut and other local businessmen Mark Moore and Ian Watt on the board. Omar Khan handed over control of the club to Whitcut and Moore last month due to health reasons and fellow directors Gerry Sutcliffe and Vipin Joshi have also left the club. Calve...

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  • Bulls Ownership Saga Seems Settled

    Bradford Telegraph & Argus has reported that the long-running saga surrounding Bradford Bulls appears to be drawing towards a resolution after the club announced that a deal had been struck in principle over its ownership. Almost seven hours of painstaking talks took place at the Provident Stadium late last week between owner Omar Khan and the group bidding to take control of his shares, consisting of director Ian Watt and former chairman Mark Moore, along with Rugby Football League bosses a...

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