Sam Warburton

  • James Grant Group Acquires Waterton Limited

    ... music, sport, literary and social talent management company, has acquired leading rugby union agency Waterton Limited, which is owned and managed by Derwyn Jones. The acquisition will see some of the biggest players in world rugby, including the likes of Sam Warburton and James O'Connor, join the James Grant stable of clients. JGG is based in Chiswick and the acquisition of Waterton Limited will enhance the their geographical reach. Derwyn Jones will join the UK sports board of JGG as director...

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  • Welsh Rugby Saga Concludes With £60m Agreement

    ... new deal is in place. Please click here to read full details of the new agreement... The BBC had earlier this week reported that if the deal went ahead, £6.7m will be shared between the four regions and nine more players will join national captain Sam Warburton on dual contracts between the WRU and their clubs. It was also reported that the new deal would see Alun Wyn Jones, Dan Biggar (both Ospreys), Taulupe Faletau (Dragons), Gethin Jenkins, Gareth Anscombe, Alex Cuthbert (all Blues), Ken O...

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  • Wales Rushes to Support its Heroes

    Rugby fever has hit Wales in a big way these past few days as the prospect of just the nation’s second Rugby World Cup semi-final looms, and with it the tantalising thought of a first tilt at the Webb Ellis trophy in the final. Sam Warburton’s men have been a revelation to aficionados and the casual sports fans alike, with only the All Blacks viewed as consistently playing better rugby. For tour operators who thought they might miss the boat with England’s demise, the Wales resurgence has...

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  • RTD Networking Event At DW Stadium

    To celebrate the upcoming publication of their 2018 annual, rugbytradedirectory.com (RTD) are hosting a rugby networking event at the DW Stadium in Wigan. The event is on May 17th and is sponsored by international team wear brand Masuri Teamwear. Last year’s event at the AJ Bell Stadium attracted about 140 visitors, 40 of which were clubs. This year 35 exhibitors will be on show. The event is free for any club official or player. Wigan Warriors’ director of rugby, Kris Radlinski is the main...

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  • McCafferty Named Most Influential Person In Rugby

    ... McCafferty2. Joel Jutge3. Ian Ritchie4. Steve Hansen5. Brian O'Driscoll6. Agustin Pichot7. Eric Bale8. Jonny Wilkinson9. Brett Gosper10. Stuart Lancaster11. John Jeffrey12. Debbie Jevans13. Richie McCaw14. Joe Schmidt15. Ed Griffiths16. Nigel Melville17. Sam Warburton18. Eddie Jones19. Warren Gatland20. Maggie Alphonsi...

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  • Wigan Gain A Thirst For Magners

    Wigan Warriors have unveiled Magners Irish Cider as a new partner of the Club from 2012. The partnership with the Warriors is a two year deal and is built on the back of their Match Sponsorship of this season’s Big One 3 game against Huddersfield Giants back in June which attracted a crowd of over 19,000 fans to the DW Stadium. Speaking after the announcement, Magners GB Ltd national account executive, Neil Leamey, said: “As the saying goes ‘There’s Method in the Magners’ and we certa...

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  • Welsh Regions Offer Takeover Deal To WRU

    ... between the WRU and RRW ended on 30 June, leaving the regions believing they face a combined £6.7m shortfall next season. Negotiations between both parties have consistently failed for some time, leading to reports earlier this week that Wales captain Sam Warburton, who earlier this year signed a central contract with the WRU, could be without a club to play for come September as all four regions have signed a legally binding agreement not to select any WRU-contracted players. In their letter,...

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  • Houses For Homes Sponsors Warriors

    Super League champions Wigan Warriors have announced that they have agreed a one-year sponsorship deal for Houses for Homes (HFH) to become the club’s main sponsor for the 2014 season. The Wigan-based firm, which supplies social and extra care housing stock and accommodation services, will have its logo on both the home and away shirts and will also collaborate with the Warriors on a number of community projects through their organisations' respective charitable foundations. The financial...

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  • Top Marque Join Forces With James Grant

    ... (pictured) and his lawyer wife Jenny. Fellow directors and ex-players Jono Stuart and Daren O’Leary will also join the new enlarged group. TMS will join James Grant’s sports division which has a rugby client roster including 2013 and 2017 Lions captain Sam Warburton and double Six Nations winning England captain Dylan Hartley. This merger boosts the combined rugby client roster to include players in every country and every major league in the world, making the division one of the largest gl...

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  • Four Rugby League Clubs Strike New Deals

    Wigan Warriors, Castleford Tigers, Leeds Rhinos and Leigh Centurions have all revealed that they have struck new sponsorship deals during the course of the past week. Wigan Warriors announced that local company Light Distribution Limited has backed the side by becoming a shirt sponsor for the forthcoming season. The agreement is for one season with a further option for 2015. The financial details of the agreement have not been announced but the firm's name will appear on the shoulders of the ne...

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