Manchester Sale Rugby Ltd

  • Manchester becomes Union hotbed

    Greater Manchester has become a hotbed of Rugby union development activity as partnerships between the Rugby Football Union, Manchester City Council, Sale Sharks and the Manchester Rugby Union Development Group continue to blossom across the region. The expansion of the Rugby union workforce, headed by North West Rugby Development Manager Dave Southern and directed by the city's Rugby Development Officers Phil Clarke and Tom Mapp, is supported by resources provided by the various agencies, wit...

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  • Sale Sharks Make £800k Loss On Improved Income In 2016-17

    Manchester Sale Rugby Ltd, the company that runs Premiership side, Sale Sharks has reported a pre-tax loss of £818,000 for the year ending July 31st 2017, the first full year results after the acquisition of the club by Corpacq from Brian Kennedy in June 2016. The company’s income was up 11.4% from the previous year at £8.3m. In season 2016-17 the cost of wages and salaries grew at a greater rate than the increase in revenue. The company is wholly owned by Sharks Holdings Ltd whose registere...

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  • Sharks Announce New Sponsorship Deals

    Sale Sharks have announced that the Salford City Stadium, which they share with Rugby league side Salford Red Devils, is to be renamed ‘The AJ Bell Stadium’ as part of a new sponsorship deal. The Sharks have the naming rights to the stadium after purchasing them as part of a 25-year lease for the ground agreed over a year ago in April 2012 and they have now sold them to the Manchester-based investment firm. The stadium has a capacity of around 12,000 and cost £26 million to build and, whi...

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  • QBE Insurance claims Sale Sharks sponsorship

    Sale Sharks have secured a new sponsorship deal with QBE Insurance, one of the world's leading international insurance and reinsurance businesses, operating in 41 countries around the world and with nine offices in the UK including Manchester, Leeds and Stafford.    The link with the current Premiership Champions Sale Sharks will see the QBE Insurance logo sported on the player’s shorts for the rest of the 2006.07 Season.    The sponsorship will provide QBE Insurance with the opportunity t...

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  • QBE Inusrance claims Sale Sharks sponsorship

    Sale Sharks have secured a new sponsorship deal with QBE Insurance, one of the world's leading international insurance and reinsurance businesses, operating in 41 countries around the world and with nine offices in the UK including Manchester, Leeds and Stafford.    The link with the current Premiership Champions Sale Sharks will see the QBE Insurance logo sported on the player’s shorts for the rest of the 2006.07 Season.    The sponsorship will provide QBE Insurance with the opportunity t...

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  • U20 Championship Heading To Manchester

    Manchester is set to host the 2016 World Rugby U20 Championship after the Rugby Football Union (RFU) won the rights to host the event. The tournament, which is currently taking place in four locations across Italy, will be staged at the AJ Bell Stadium and the Manchester City Academy Stadium in June 2016. The Rugby World Cup is taking place in England later this year and RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie thinks that winning the rights to host the World Rugby U20 Championship next year as well will...

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  • Manchester gets two more Magic Weekends

    The Etihad Stadium in Manchester has been confirmed as the venue for Super League’s Magic Weekend for the next two seasons. The two-day event was held there for the first time this year and, after being deemed a commercial success thanks partly a record crowd of 63,716, it is now set to return to Manchester in 2013 and 2014. The Magic Weekend will take place on the bank holiday weekend, with every Super League side featuring at some point on Saturday 25 May and Sunday 26 May, and chief executi...

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  • Sharks And Red Devils Consider AJ Bell And Alternatives

    Steve Diamond has told the Daily Mail that Sale Sharks are looking at potential new stadium venues this month. 'If they (ed. City of Salford Community Stadium Ltd run by the council) won't sell the AJ Bell to us we will move,' Diamond told the national newspaper. 'We can't compete financially unless we control the 'wet', the food and the non-match-days. 'There are only 16 games a year at home so we would need another 300 days of weddings, bar mitzvahs, conferences – everything that everyone el...

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  • UKFast Return To Front Sharks' Shirts

    Sale Sharks have announced “the largest sponsorship deal in the history of the club”, with Manchester-based cloud and colocation firm UKFast. The “seven-figure deal” sees the firm return as shirt sponsor of the club after a five-year break. UKFast sponsored the club from 2000 to 2010. UKFast CEO Lawrence Jones said: "I am delighted to join The Sharks once again. I remember the first day I wedged my foot in the door of their portacabin at Heywood Road in 2000. They had a good laugh after...

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  • Canterbury & Sale Sharks

    Canterbury has announced a five year partnership to become the official kit supplier to the Sale Sharks. Chris Stephenson, CEO of Canterbury said “Sale Sharks remains a potent force within the Premiership. With recent additions to the squad, and a move to a first class stadium, the future of the club looks very exciting. We were extremely keen to work with Steve Diamond and the team at Sale, given their no nonsense road to success, and the sport-crazy audience in the North West allows us to...

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