NW Intermediate Leagues

  • Lancashire Clubs Favour Local Leagues

    ... Eagle, Eccles, Garstang, Heaton Moor, Littleborough, Liverpool Collegiate, Liverpool St. Helens, Manchester Medics, North Manchester, Oldham, Ormskirk, Thornton Cleveleys*, Trafford, MV Tyldesley, West Park St. Helens, Widnes and Wigan. * Joining from the NW Intermediate Leagues To read full article... http://www.talkingrugbyunion.co.uk/lancashire-clubs-proposing-to-resign-from-rfu-clubs-championship/20336.htm  ...

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  • Rugby Lions ejected from the RFU Leagues

    The Rugby Football Union (RFU) have announced that it is unable to sanction the participation of Rugby Lions in the RFU Leagues in the 2012/13 season. The club has been unable to meet criteria set by the RFU a month ago by the official deadline and will therefore play no part in the Leagues in this coming season. National League Two South will continue with 15 clubs. RFU chairman of governance, Peter Baines said, “We hope that with the help and support of the local community the club will be a...

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  • Sky Sports to broadcast Rubgy League's National Leagues

    The RFL is delighted to confirm that it has reached agreement with Sky Sports which means the broadcaster will show the exciting National League One and Two competitions for the next two years including the Play-Offs and Grand Finals Day. The live coverage of the Regular season will be shown in a new Thursday evening slot with matches kicking off at 7.30pm. The coverage starts with the first round of National League One on Thursday April 5th 2007. The first match shown will be the highly attract...

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  • One More Year For Principality And Premiership

    Principality Building Society has extended its title sponsorship of the Welsh Premiership and also announced a further partnership with Welsh Rugby, putting its name to the WRU National Youth Leagues for the 2017/2018 season. With the sponsorship dating back to 2005/6 season due to end this year, there was a fear that Welsh rugby's semi-professional league would be looking for a new sponsor. That will now be avoided for another year. The member-owned organisation first lent its Welsh brand to th...

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  • Principality Backs Premiership For Another Year

    Principality Building Society has extended its title sponsorship of the Welsh Premiership and the WRU National Youth Leagues for the 2018/2019 season. It will be the fourteenth year of involvement in the top club league after announcing the end of their agreement early in 2017, yet continuing for one more year this last season. The member-owned organisation first lent its Welsh brand to the domestic league’s top division in 2005. In addition, Principality will also retain title sponsorship of...

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  • RFL Confirm Summer League Structure for 2012

    The Rugby Football League (RFL) has confirmed how the first fully integrated summer-based season for the whole sport will look when it kicks off in March 2012.Over 80 per cent of all Rugby League teams in this country will be playing between March and November in this newly-aligned four-tier pyramid structure.The RFL’s director of participation David Gent said: “The whole sport of Rugby League will benefit from having an integrated playing calendar which covers both the professional and com...

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  • On the level

    RAY FRENCH, a former union and league international player and currently honorary president of Liverpool St Helens, argues that rugby union should move to regional amateur Leagues to ensure that clubs have a level playing field of competition   When I played rugby union at St Helens in the late 1950s and early ’60s, and coached there – illegally – in the ’70s, the clubs we played were essentially local. There were occasional trips into Yorkshire, but 80 per cent of the fixture list was...

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  • Global Sports Symposium: Discussion Panel - Teams as Brands

    Couretesy of Global Sports Jobs, a discussion panel at the Global Sports Symposium looking at how sports teams and Leagues position themselves within the market. Moderated by Dr. Sue Bridgewater, professor at the University of Liverpool, featured on the panel are London Irish commercial director Jim O'Toole and RFL senior commercial manager Gary Linke. Originally published on Global Sports Jobs....

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  • Super Six Idea Gets Warm Response

    Scottish Rugby’s new plan for a six-team semi-pro league from 2019-20 season was reported to have been met with approval at the SRU AGM on Saturday contrary to expectation of resistance from clubs. A “Super Six” top tier will be created is designed to close the gap between the club game and pro teams with SRU chief executive, Mark Dodson not ruling out the creation of a third pro team playing in the PRO14 as a long-term outcome of a successful transformation. The move is being backed with...

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  • RFU Postpones League Restructuring

    The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has postponed plans to restructure its Leagues below the Championship after mounting opposition, according to an exclusive from The Daily Telegraph. Opposition to the changes came to a head with the Telegraph revelation that clubs in the north of England were threatening to call a special general meeting in an attempt to throw out the proposed restructuring. Now the RFU has been forced into a climbdown after councillors received a letter on last week recommending t...

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International coaching experience with rugby sevens, more in particular with the WGPS in Europe is a plus;
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