Peter Jackson

  • £1m Grand Slam Bonus On Offer For Six Nations Winners

    Competing nations will be playing for a £1m Grand Slam bonus when the Six Nations kicks off in Cardiff on Friday evening. Peter Jackson in The Rugby Paper reports that the tournament, which keeps soaring in commercial value, will this year offer prize money totalling almost £13m. For the first time, a team winning all five matches will scoop more than a third of the jackpot at around £4.6m. The difference between unbeaten champions and runners-up this year could be as wide as £1.8m with seco...

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  • Lions Generate £5m Surplus In 2017

    Peter Jackson writes in The Rugby Paper that he understands 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 i...

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  • Peter Thomas - RFU

    The RFU have apppointed Peter Thomas as RFU Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Director which is a new position He will reporting direct to chief executive Francis Baron and head up a new integrated corporate communications and public affairs department within the RFU. Richard Prescott will take on the new role of England Teams Media Director with a remit to integrate our media and communications support across all England representative teams. Richard will report directly to Peter Thom...

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  • Ulster Criticised For Banning News Media

    Ulster Rugby are trying their hardest to return to business as usual after releasing players Jackson and Olding from their contracts last week, but the media is demanding more of the controversy. The Belfast Telegraph has reported that Ulster’s ban on anyone but sports reporters attending pre-match press conferences has been criticised as an “unacceptable attempt to control media coverage”. The ban has been deemed “unacceptable” by the National Union of Journalists (NUJ), with Irish se...

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  • Peter Urey - Rhino Rugby

    Peter Urey has joined Rhino Rugby as sales and marketing director, Peter worked in marketing with Hewlett Packard for 14 years becoming marketing director of the Imaging and Printing Division. He left the company three years ago to work independently on sales and marketing project work and a project for Rhino culminated in him joining the company.

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  • Leeds Mourn Harry Jepson OBE

    ... 80s using his extensive knowledge and contacts worldwide to help rebuild the side, signing players such as established Kangaroo internationals Eric Grothe, Wally Fullerton-Smith and Peter Tunks while the likes of Andrew Ettingshausen, Tony Currie and Peter Jackson subsequently went on to represent their country. He chaired the council meeting that discussed the offer to implement Super League and was heavily involved in the formation of French club Paris St Germain, who entered the competition...

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  • Aldis Joins Tigers Board

    Peter Aldis, chief executive of Holland & Barrett International Limited, has been appointed to the board of Leicester Tigers. Holland & Barrett is the leading health food retailer with stores in the UK, Ireland, Holland, Belgium and Sweden as well as being the new main sponsor of the Tigers from the start of this season. Peter has spent his 34-year career in retailing and held management roles at Currys and ASDA before joining Holland & Barrett in 1990. He has held several positions...

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  • Bulls Chairman and Director Stand Down

    Bradford Bulls' chairman Peter Hood has announced his departure from the Club, together with fellow director Andrew Bennett. The pair were expected to be removed from office later this month at an extraordinary general meeting convened and orchestrated by the Bulls' former chairman and largest shareholder, Chris Caisley. Commenting, Peter Hood said: "Chris has indicated to me and also to Club CEO Ryan Duckett that he has investors waiting in the wings who are ready, willing and able to get on bo...

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  • Wheeler Retires From Tigers Board

    Peter Wheeler has been made a life member of Leicester Tigers in recognition of more than 40 years' service with the club. A former captain of club and country, Wheeler retired from the board of directors at the Annual General Meeting this week. Director David Abell, chairing the meeting, said: "Peter Wheeler has given the club magnificent service. He joined the Tigers as a player in 1969 and went on to make 349 appearances, many of them as captain. He led the team to a John Player Cup hat-trick...

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  • Tom Walkinshaw - Premier Rugby

    Tom Walkinshaw has stepped down as chairman of Premier Rugby and has been replaced by deputy chairman Peter Tom, CBE of Leicester Tigers. Walkinshaw has been chairman for the last four years during which time the Guinness Premiership has continued its successful development as the most competitive league in world rugby. Tom Walkinshaw said: "It has been a very important period for the development of club rugby in England. We have set the platform for the next phase of growth in England and Europ...

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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;
To able to work in a team with the existing staff (physios, manager, S&C coach) as well as the director of performance and the women sevens commission;
You have a coaching qualification, qualification in sevens is a plus;
You speak English as a minimum (French and Dutch is a plus);
You are available for 19 November 2018
Please send your CV, salary expectations and motivation letter before 15 October 2018.

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