Pocket Building

  • €26M RDS Make-Over Gets Go Ahead

    ... “lean-to” open-fronted shed bounding Simmonscourt Road, as well as the removal of a terrace area surrounding the clock tower, which is a protected structure. A floodlit grandstand with three levels up to 21.3m tall would be built along with a two-storey “Pocket Building” just under 10m tall, which would be connected to the grandstand by a glazed bridge at first-storey level. The Pocket Building would house a club shop and hospitality services including players’, officials’ and media...

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  • Extra Travelling Will Hit Keighley In The Pocket, Says Chairman

    Keighley Cougars chairman Gary Fawcett has admitted that the extra travelling his side will have to do this season in League One will take a financial toll. Following their relegation last term, the Cougars' campaign in the third tier will involve them facing opponents from all over the country such as Newcastle Thunder, London Skolars, South Wales Scorpions and the University of Gloucestershire All Golds. The Bradford Telegraph and Argus reports that the club's travel costs will increase signif...

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  • MBS Take Dragons Main Sponsorship

    Monmouthshire Building Society (MBS) have agreed to be main sponsor of Dragons Rugby for three seasons. The independent, Welsh, mutual Building society, with headquarters in Newport since 1869 will feature both on the chests and collars of the Dragons home and away jerseys until 2020. Dragons CEO Stuart Davies commented: “This investment from Monmouthshire Building Society is as timely as it is welcome and we would like to thank them, not just for their support now and over the years, but for...

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  • New Format And Thursday Night TV Costs Cas Tigers £100k

    Castleford Tigers chief executive Steve Gill has revealed that staging three home Super 8s games last season left the club out of Pocket to the tune of six figures. Compared to their regular fixtures with Hull FC, Warrington Wolves and St Helens (their home draws for the Super 8s), crowds were significantly down in the new structure and that led to them losing out by around £100,000 according to reports in The Yorkshire Post. Combined attendances fell by more than 25 per cent and Gill admitte...

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  • Rhinos Seal Sponsorship Extension

    Leeds Rhinos have agreed a three-year extension to their deal with main sponsor, Leeds Building Society. The deal means is the third successive three-year deal which the two have agreed upon and means that the company logo of the Leeds Building Society will remain on the front of the players shirts until the end of the 2015 season at the least. The club's chief executive Gary Hetherington, said, "Leeds Building Society has certainly played a major part in our success when you consider that we ha...

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  • Rhinos And Leeds Building Society Extend Partnership

    Leeds Rhinos have secured a two year extension to their lengthy sponsorship partnership with Leeds Building Society, which stands at nine seasons already. The Society will be extending its term as main club sponsor until the end of the 2017 season, continuing a partnership which began in 2007. Leeds Building Society chief executive Peter Hill said: "Leeds Rhinos have enjoyed their most successful period in history, via their golden generation, with Leeds Building Society proudly on the front of...

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  • Leeds Building Society Extend Rhinos Sponsorship To Record 14 Seasons

    Leeds Building Society’s sponsorship deal with Leeds Rhinos is to continue for another three years – propelling the partnership into the record books. The deal will see the Society continue as main club sponsor of the Rhinos until the end of the 2020 season, making 14 seasons of front shirt sponsorship: the longest in Super League history. Peter Hill, Leeds Building Society CEO, said: “I’m delighted we’re continuing our record-breaking partnership which keeps us exactly where we want t...

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  • Galiford Try for Leicester

    Leicester Tigers have confirmed that Galliford Try have been appointed contractors for the redevelopment of the Welford Road stadium. The club have been working closely with architects AFL and project managers FWP on the schedule to complete phase one - the Building of a new Caterpillar Stand on the north side of the stadium. Work on the construction is already under way. Tigers chairman Peter Tom CBE said: “Work has commenced on phase one of our redevelopment programme, which involves buildin...

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  • Whitehaven Unable to Host World Cup Match

    Rugby League World Cup 2013 have announced today that the Scotland v Tonga and Scotland v Italy matches will no longer take place in Whitehaven. Copeland Borough Council are no longer able to guarantee the Building of Pow Beck Stadium, within the timeframe required by the tournament. Sally Bolton RLWC2013 general manager said “When selecting Copeland as a host RLWC2013’s selection committee were very supportive of the idea of Building a new stadium in Whitehaven as a way of growing the game...

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  • Dave Swanton Joins Board At Sale

    Sale Sharks have appointed one of their longest serving employees, Dave Swanton, to their board of directors. Swanton will continue in his role as head of media and will add customer services director to his job title. An employee at the Sharks since 2000, Swanton was brought to the club by Brian Kennedy and had previously worked for Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors. Swanton said: "I have always had a good relationship with our supporters and they know they can speak to me to put their point...

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