Keith Prowse

  • Saints Confirm New Chairman

    Northampton Saints have named Tony Hewitt as their new chairman on a permanent basis, having been in the role on a temporary basis for several months. Hewitt originally stepped up into the position from vice-chairman after the passing of chairman Leon Barwell in June and the announcement of his permanent appointment was made at the club’s AGM on Monday night. Hewitt commented on the announcement, saying: “It’s a fantastic honour, it’s obviously going to be a very difficult act to follow...

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  • RFU Claim Exclusive Hospitality At Twickenham From 2018

    A shake-up of hospitality rights at Twickenham will see RFU-owned, England Rugby Hospitality will become the exclusive provider of official match-day hospitality at the ground from autumn 2018. The new venture will also see Keith Prowse, the RFU’s long-standing official hospitality agent, become exclusive sales agent for England Rugby Hospitality. “England Rugby Hospitality will not only diversify our hospitality offering and create more choice, it will also transform fans’ match day hospi...

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  • Former Saints Chairman Dies

    Northampton have revealed that former chairman Leon Barwell has died just over a week after stepping down from the role. Barwell, who has been on the board of directors at the Saints since 1999 and became chairman in September 2011, had been battling cancer for 18 months but died at 9:30 on Friday 14 June at the age of 46 after his condition deteriorated. Vice-chairman Tony Hewitt took over from Barwell as chairman on an interim basis when he stood down in early June and he said it was “a very...

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  • The Secret Diary Of Keith Kent

    For 39 years Keith Kent has kept a diary so detailed it is easy to understand why the Twickenham pitch is in such good nick. Every seed, cut and feed. It’s all logged in the diary. From diseases to droughts, via pop concerts and opening ceremonies, Kent has documented it all. Meticulous in his planning, the pitch is his obsession and what a beautiful obsession it is. It all started in 1977 when he was assistant groundsman at Leicester City. He carried it on at Manchester United and now 29 diar...

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  • RFU Groundsman Kent On Flood Tour

    RFU head groundsman at Twickenham Stadium Keith Kent has spent three days making emergency visits to some of the rugby clubs that have been badly affected by the recent flooding across England. Despite being in a particularly busy period, between home RBS 6 Nations matches for England against Ireland and Wales, Kent has taken time out to offer practical advice and support to clubs in the Midlands, South West and London & South East where pitches have suffered from waterlogging, flooding or...

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  • Bristol Sport set up to run City and Rugby

    This is Bristol has reported that a new company has been set up to run both Bristol City Football Club and Bristol Rugby Club. Steve Lansdown - majority shareholder in Bristol City who recently took on ownership of Bristol Rugby - has formed the company, called Bristol Sport Limited (BSL). ​BSL has been formed to oversee the financial and business management of both clubs. The company will be chaired by Martin Griffiths, who will be supported by directors Keith Dawe, Chris Booy and Jon Lansdo...

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  • Moves - Phil rejoins Rhino

    Phil Keith-Roach, scrum coach to the England’s 2003 World Cup winning side, has re-joined Rhino Rugby, the firm he helped establish over 25 years ago. Widely regarded as one of the leading scrummaging gurus in the world, Keith-Roach played a part in the founding of Rhino in the early Eighties, working alongside his then teaching colleague at Dulwich College, Tim Francis, the inventor of the groundbreaking Powerhouse scrummaging machine. Rhino Chief Executive Reg Clark commented: “It’s fan...

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  • Wood And Hurley Join Munster As Non-Execs

    Munster Rugby have confirmed that Keith Wood and Killian Hurley will join the province's non-executive commercial board which provides strategic guidance, advice and support to the existing branch committee structures and management. A former Munster and Ireland player, Keith Wood has over twenty years' experience in sports marketing, brand engagement, strategic planning and sponsorship management. While Killian Hurley is co-founder and majority shareholder of Mount Anvil and has worked in the L...

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  • Scotland RL Chairman Hits Out At RFL Funding Cut

    Scotland Rugby League chairman Keith Hogg has criticised the Rugby Football League (RFL) for its decision to withdraw funding completely from the sport in Scotland. News of the funding cut came during the Scotland versus New Zealand match in the Rugby League World Cup quarter final and it means that the governing body north of the border has lost its permanent staff in the shape of Mark and Susan Senter, who have been at the heart of Scottish rugby league. In a statement, Hogg said: "On behalf...

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  • Saints Fans Provide Financial Boost

    A special general meeting of supporters who were members of Northampton Rugby Football Club when the game turned professional last night gave their unanimous approval of a proposal which could provide a major financial boost to the development of Franklin’s Gardens. Five hundred thousand shares in Northampton Saints plc, which are currently held in trust on behalf of the membership as of February 12th, 1996, will now be made available for general sale, with all proceeds being contributed towar...

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