New Zealanders

  • NZ Rugby Values Lions Tests At RWC Quarter-Final Level

    ... acknowledged prices had to be higher for the biggest event it can host outside a Rugby World Cup. He says the Tests are priced at the approximate level of a World Cup quarter-final. “We believe we’ve got the balance right. We want to encourage as many New Zealanders as possible to embrace this unique rugby experience as we welcome the legions of Lions fans to our shores,” he said. “The revenue that’s generated from this one-in-12-year event gets ploughed back into rugby at all levels...

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  • Lions Generate £5m Surplus In 2017

    ... that the British and Irish Lions tour in 2017 generated a record £5m surplus for equal distribution among the four home countries. The £1.25m return for each of the home countries provides further proof of the Lions’ unique commercial clout. The New Zealanders made not far short of £20m from the tour. The NZRFU have reported a total income from last year’s tour of more than £125m, prompting chief executive Steve Tew to acclaim it as ‘an incredibly successful event’. Jackson reveals...

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  • Tourism Industry Gearing Up For RWC Boost

    ... job is to convey that there is a 44-day long party going on in England from mid-September to the end of October, give people exact details of the various events and persuade them to spend as much time in the country as possible. “For Australians and New Zealanders, for example, we want them to stay in England for as long as possible because they have the option to go off shore in between games and then French, Irish or Italian visitors could come in and out in one day which ideally we wouldn...

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  • Accounts,Funding and Financial Services

    Rugby Finance, Accounts and Funding.This section focuses on the finances that drive rugby business. The governing bodies and top tier clubs in league and union in UK and Ireland generate collectively over £600 million in turnover each year.We report and archive financial performance in rugby in more detail than any other media channel. We analyse and compare current rugby finance and related News against past reports, interview leading figures from rugby bodies and experts in tax, financ...

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  • Groundcare

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  • Marketing and Sponsorship

    This section covers News, views, features and interviews of the marketing of rugby by rights holders (the players, clubs, competitions and governing bodies) and the marketing activity of the brands, products and services exploiting rugby as a sponsorship vehicle as well as those third-party agencies who mediate and supply this area of activity. Customer FocusTickets for rugby games are now sold in an ever-more sophisticated way. By using CRM systems and analysing customer data, rugby rights hold...

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  • People and Jobs

    We’ve estimated that there are 8,000 full-time jobs in rugby in the UK and Ireland. Many thousands more are employed on a part-time basis. In this section we aim to monitor the major personnel moves and changes within the industry as well as provide an insight into the working lives of prominent individuals within the game of rugby. The career moves of players and coaches are well documented elsewhere. However, we look behind the scenes at the make-up of committees and boards, the managers and...

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  • Commercial

    RunningRugby.com is positioned at the hub of the business community of both codes of rugby with a focus on the UK and Ireland. The RunningRugby.com website has more than 4,000 registered users who are all business decision makers in the sport. The site averages around 5,000 unique users per month and our email bulletin is sent to all our subscribers, the open rate average is over 1,000 and the list of those who engage is like a who’s who of pro rugby. Our partnership with specialist recruitmen...

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  • Salford ground back on track

    The Salford Reds’ New stadium is back on track after administrators Begbies Traynor agreed for the land to be placed back in the club’s control after the conclusion of the voluntary administration process of Red City Developments. With the position regarding Red City now finalised, control of the development land has now passed to Peel Holdings - the club’s preferred developer partner - who will now proceed to finalise the project in readiness for work on the stadium to commence. The New r...

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  • News

    This story was published in RR Magazine Issue 1 (March 2007) some of the information is likely to have changed BEHIND THE BRAND RHINO   Who are they? Rhino is one of the leading suppliers of specialist rugby equipment, offering everything from scrummage machines, to tackle pads, balls and kit.   What’s the history? Rhino Rugby was established more than 25 years ago by Tim Francis, who was a teacher at Dulwich College in London. He created a scrummage machine called the Powerhouse, and toget...

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Coach Belgium Women Sevens Team

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