Lyndsey Irwin

  • Working Week - Lyndsey Irwin, Ulster Rugby

    Lyndsey Irwin is a senior manager at Ulster Rugby, overseeing the day-to-day activity of three of Ulster Rugby’s off-field departments, sales, marketing/communications and reporting on activity and performance to the chief executive. She has been working for Ulster Rugby for over five years initially joining the club in a communications role. With a remit that covers three departments, Lyndsey says there is no such thing as a typical week but here she charts seven days leading up to Ulster’s...

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  • Hotel Deals Offer Full Board Value

    ... preferred hotel, where they have been well looked after previously. For many it’s important to have a pool for post-match recovery, some want to stay in the middle of nowhere and others prefer to be in the heart of the city,” Ulster Rugby spokesperson Lyndsey Irwin tells Running Rugby. “When we went to Clermont in January in the Heineken Cup we spoke to Leinster and they recommended a hotel they had used when they played there.” Ulster have a partnership with Hastings Hotels, a group wi...

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  • Coventry City, Wasps And Council Directed To Mediation Over Ricoh Arena

    Wasps, Coventry City FC and Coventry City Council have been ordered to take part in mediation over the long-running Ricoh Arena legal battle the Coventry Telegraph has reported. A Court of Appeal judge instructed the parties to take part in peace talks during a hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice building, in London on Tuesday (28th). The hearing was held as Coventry City Council and CCFC are in conflict over the December 2014 sale of the Ricoh Arena to Wasps. Lawyers for companies that make...

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  • Times They Are A-changin'

    ... because it attracts the after-work punters, although it mightn't necessarily be favourable for families. “We just adapt and work with what we're given. Thankfully, our crowds have been consistently good irrespective of the time or date.” However Lyndsey Irwin, of Ulster Rugby, says that when fixtures are moved from their usual Friday night at 7.30 gates are affected: “As the game turned professional we moved to Friday night fixtures to capitalise on the start of the weekend, that ‘Frida...

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