John Rhodes

  • HOK Looks At Future Stadium Tech With Quins Players

    ... stadium architecture and future technology for enjoying live rugby has been published by HOK, the leading architects. Four Harlequins rugby players gathered in HOK's London office to discuss what they would like to see in the rugby stadiums of the future. John Rhodes, a director of HOK’s Sports + Recreation + Entertainment practice, met with Jamie Roberts (Wales), Tim Visser (Scotland), James Horwill (Australia) and Danny Care (England) to capture their ideas, both as players and fans. “The...

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  • Considerations For A Specialist Sevens Stadium?

    ... financially sensible – today so let’s start the discussion… For an edited video of a round table discussion on sevens hosted by HOK involving John Inverdale, Simon Halliday, Howard Thomas and Paul Morgan please click here... HOK Sevens Round Table John Rhodes is a director of HOK’s Sports + Recreation + Entertainment practice and is based in London. With more than 15 years of experience developing high-profile facilities for a range of professional sports and entertainment activities, J...

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  • John Hussey elected president of the IRFU

    Dublin businessman John Hussey created a piece of sporting history when he became the first member from St. Mary’s College RFC (founded 111 years ago) to be enrolled as the 124th President of the Irish Rugby Football Union, at the Union’s annual Council Meeting in the Aviva Stadium, today, July 22nd.   A well-known chartered accountant, Hussey’s high profile business life includes a 12 year stint as Managing Partner of Arthur Young & Company, after which he spent a number of years as...

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  • Gloucester legend John Brain passes away

    Gloucester Rugby have reported that John Brain, a long-term servant to the club, has died after suffering a heart attack early yesterday morning. Brain made almost 300 appearances for the club and returned after retiring, having spent a brief spell at Bedord. He served as assistant coach and in a scouting role before being made Rugby Operations Manager for the 2011-2012 season. He also helding coaching positions with Worcester Warriors and Bristol Rugby during his career but it was the Kingshol...

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  • York City Knights Transfer Of Ownership Complete

    York City Knights Ltd and York City Knights Holdings Ltd have confirmed that the ownership of both companies has now been transferred from John Guildford to Jon Flatman. The Championship 1 club said that they will announce further developments under the new ownership in due course relating to but not limited to players, sponsors, partners, merchandise and season tickets. The new chairman, Jon Flatman, stated: 'I would like to thank John Guildford for the manner in which he has delivered a debt f...

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  • Ramnesty International

    Over 4,000 used balls - including rugby balls, cricket balls, footballs, basketballs, handballs, hockey balls, netballs, rounders balls, softballs and volleyballs - have been handed in to Ram International by schools throughout the UK under their Ramnesty scheme. Over 100 schools upgraded their old balls with half-price Ram match balls and, as a result, several thousand African children will benefit from having the older ones to play with. The used balls were collected from Ram’s warehouse for...

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  • Bristol Rugby - Chris Booy

    Bristol rugby club have a new structure following the club's fundraising exercise. Chris Booy will assume the role as chairman with John Laycock who also played a key role in the re-financing exercise, taking the role of deputy chairman. John Portch return from retirement as deputy chief executive to support Steve Gorvett.

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  • Keable Joins Robins Board

    Hull KR have made a new appointment at boardroom level with John Keable joining as a director after investing a significant amount of money in the club. Born and raised in east Hull, Keable has business interests in the Russian oil and gas industry and has already made a significant financial commitment to the club. He joins the board with immediate effect and says he jumped at the opportunity to become involved with the Robins. “I’ve been a lifelong Rovers supporter, as have my family, and...

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  • Wasps Appoint John Parker As Group Finance Director

    Wasps have announced that John Parker has joined the club from Gloucester as its new group finance director. Parker joins the Coventry-based club from his role as finance director and comapny secretary at Gloucester, where he played a big role in bringing the Rugby World Cup to Kingsholm. He will be based at Wasps’ home at the Ricoh Arena and will be responsible for both the club and Arena Coventry Limited, reporting to group chief executive David Armstrong. Parker said: "Joining Wasps is a fa...

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  • Steele Gets English Institute Of Sport Job

    The former CEO of the RFU, John Steele, has been appointed chair of the English Institute of Sport (EIS). The appointment comes at a time when the aim is to win more medals in RIO 2016 than at London 2012. Steele, who is currently CEO of the Youth Sport Trust and has previously been CEO at UK Sport, will replace Steve Cram after he stepped down in June 2013 after 10 years of service. The institute has more than 250 staff and provides sports science and medical support to in excess of 1,700 at...

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