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  • Batley Bulldogs

    ... with the club winning the Trans-Pennine Trophy in 1998. When the league was restructured into two divisions in the 1960s, Batley were placed in the second division and they remain one of only a few teams who have never made it into the top flight!The MOUnt Pleasant Ground overlooks the West Yorkshire town of Batley. It has undergone major redevelopment over the past ten years with new stands and clubhouse facilities. However, the pitch remains a traditional soil based pitch with one heck of a s...

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  • Mark Evans - Harlequins RFC

    ... is a man with strong views on the sport. He talks to DAVID LAWRENSON   If Mark Evans had followed his initial career path, he would probably be the head teacher of an inner city comprehensive or even a Labour MP instead of running one of the most faMOUs rugby clubs in the world. The chief executive of Harlequins began his working life as a teacher while playing rugby for Saracens in the amateur era. After hanging up his boots, Mark took up coaching while applying for headships. However when th...

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  • Working Week - Lyndsey Irwin, Ulster Rugby

    ... one because it’s the first after the summer break. I find it a useful session and am up to speed on a number of issues, some of which affect me more than others. Following the meeting I spend the rest of the day locked in my office catching up on my MOUnting to-do list, which involves actions relating to all three areas I oversee. Wednesday First thing this morning I meet with one of my contacts at Bank of Ireland, our major sponsor. I am the “relationship manager” for the bank within Ul...

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  • Music lessons

    ... Welsh derbies. A few seasons ago we played Chris De Burgh's “Lady in Red” when the Scarlets played, “Puff the Magic Dragon” for the Dragons and “The Birdie Song” for the Ospreys. It got a huge laugh and the opposition fans took it in good huMOUr. “When the Blues score we play “Hey Baby” by DJ Ötzi, which is a cover of Bruce Channel's 1962 single. It's an upbeat song and ties in nicely with our principal sponsor bmibaby.”  Trish Drinan is the event manager at Munster, where...

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  • Beating the Credit Crunch

    ... merchandising sales. In addition to individual fans, banks and businesses are feeling the pinch.  Existing club sponsors may be less willing to renew sponsorship deals, or will seek to renegotiate on terms more favourable to them. After the government MOUnted a nationalisation rescue plan for credit crunch victim Northern Rock, the bank ended its sponsorship of county cricket clubs Durham and Middlesex.  Although it continues to sponsor Newcastle United football club and the Newcastle Falcons...

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  • Making the right pitch

    ... reciprocating solid tine aerator or a 1.5 metre wide linear aerator for de-compacting pitches.  A 1.5 metre wide uni-spread top-dress spreader to spread sand and soil dressings A 1.4 metre wide dimple or disc seeder for over seeding pitches A tractor-MOUnted fertiliser spreader A dedicated ride on triple cylinder mower for mowing first team/training pitches, mowing at least two to three times per week. A self-propelled irrigator for watering the pitches.   Premiership Clubs  Most Premiersh...

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  • Working Week - Charles Mountifield

    Charles MOUntifield is a director of World in Motion, a leading UK sports management, marketing and consulting company with offices/associate companies in 10 countries. An Australian, Charles is an international rugby agent and heads a team specialising in both codes of the game. He is a licensed rugby league agent, an approved RFU/PRA agent and chairman of union’s Association of Rugby Agents.   Monday The average Monday is spent in the office. We have a meeting of the rugby department, which...

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  • From Scrummaging to Shirts

    RUNNING RUGBY reports on Rhino Rugby’s move into the clothing market   How do you turn a company faMOUs for scrummage machines and tackle shields into a top rugby brand for shirts, training gear and leisure wear? The answer is to bring in a specialist merchandising company. Rhino produced the first-ever scrummage machine in the early 80’s, and since then the company has become a byword for tough, rugged training equipment, supplying to the RFU and WRU as well as numerous clubs. When Reg Cla...

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  • Senior Service

    ... Britain loose forward, who is a classic example of an ex-player who has stayed completely involved.  “We want players to stay with the club, enjoy themselves and put something back. Rugby union has been a lot better than us at doing that, but that’s a MOUld we want to break.”  That process is due to start on April 13, when teams from all over the North of England will converge on the picturesque ground in Greenfield for a festival to introduce the concept.  “It’s a question of what...

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  • Performance guard

    Oso Athletic claim they have produced a MOUth guard which improves performance. They say that 90 per cent of the population has a lower jaw that is not in its optimal position, which causes mis-alignment throughout the body, resulting in an inefficiency in flow of oxygen, muscle recruitment, strength and balance. The company say that the Oso guard ensures that the jaw is in perfect alignment, thereby setting the rest of your body and muscles in the perfect state for optimum sporting performance....

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