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  • Sale to be self-sufficient in 18 months - Steve Diamond

    The BBC have reported that Steve Diamond is confident Sale Sharks will soon be able to function without the financial support of co-owners Brian Kennedy and Ian Blackhurst. Sale host Saracens on Saturday in their first competitive match at the Salford City Stadium since their relocation. Chief executive Diamond said: "We envisage that within 18 months we'll be completely self-sufficient.  "There's no point coming to run the business commercially if you're going for a handout every six months."...

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  • Bonfield Becomes Company Secretary At Halifax To Support New Board

    Steven Bonfield, a solicitor and a director of Chadwick Lawrence LLP, is about to take up the position of company secretary at Halifax RLFC to support the new board of directors. Bonfield is the supervising partner of the firm’s Halifax office and specialises in corporate and commercial transactions and corporate finance. He is currently acting as legal manager for the multi-million pound ‘HDOne Project’, a massive leisure development at the John Smith’s Stadium, home of both Huddersfiel...

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  • Sale Sharks Make £800k Loss On Improved Income In 2016-17

    ... 11.4% from the previous year at £8.3m. In season 2016-17 the cost of wages and salaries grew at a greater rate than the increase in revenue. The company is wholly owned by Sharks Holdings Ltd whose registered shareholders are Corpacq Finance Ltd (51%), Steven Diamond (24%), Gerard Mason (20%) and Mark Cueto (5%). Sharks Holdings runs accounts to the end of December each year. See also... Kennedy Sells Sharks To CorpAcq    ...

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  • Sharks And Red Devils Consider AJ Bell And Alternatives

    Steve Diamond has told the Daily Mail that Sale Sharks are looking at potential new stadium venues this month. 'If they (ed. City of Salford Community Stadium Ltd run by the council) won't sell the AJ Bell to us we will move,' Diamond told the national newspaper. 'We can't compete financially unless we control the 'wet', the food and the non-match-days. 'There are only 16 games a year at home so we would need another 300 days of weddings, bar mitzvahs, conferences – everything that everyone el...

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  • Hanks Departs From Sharks

    Sale Sharks have announced that first team coach, Tony Hanks has left the club with immediate effect and by mutual consent. This announcement has come in the wake of their 45-9 defeat at the hands of Saracens on Friday night.  Hanks was formerly director of rugby at London Wasps and joined Sale Sharks in July 2011 with responsibility for the side's attack, game plan and defence. Steve Diamond, CEO of Sale Sharks said, " It has been a season of great change at Sale Sharks and I would like to tha...

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  • BMI becomes Official Airline of England Rugby

    Bmi has become the Official Airline of England Rugby. They have taken over from British Airways as the preferred carrier for England's international teams. As part of the deal, bmi will have exclusive naming rights for Twickenham Stadium's business debenture lounge, which will be renamed the bmi Diamond Club. Its purpose-built lounge, restaurant and bar provide superior and exclusive facilities for the RFU's South Stand business debenture holders to dine, socialise or entertain clients on match...

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  • Ambitious Sharks Ride Tide of Change

    Sale Sharks have been swimming in turbulent waters for the past couple of years and the start of 2012 sees yet another upheaval in South Manchester.News that Steve Diamond is to combine the role of chief executive with his current job of director of sport from February 1, after the departure of Mick Hogan (pictured above), is another tantalising development in a dizzying saga of departures and recruitment. Hogan is to leave after just 18 months in the CEO chair to take up a position working on R...

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  • Canterbury & Sale Sharks

    Canterbury has announced a five year partnership to become the official kit supplier to the Sale Sharks. Chris Stephenson, CEO of Canterbury said “Sale Sharks remains a potent force within the Premiership. With recent additions to the squad, and a move to a first class stadium, the future of the club looks very exciting. We were extremely keen to work with Steve Diamond and the team at Sale, given their no nonsense road to success, and the sport-crazy audience in the North West allows us to...

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  • Top Coaches Given Two Seasons To Prove Worth

    Leicester Tigers stalwart Geordan Murphy (pictured) is the latest player set to join the coaching ranks, hanging up his boots at the end of this season to join Richard Cockerill‘s backroom staff at Welford Road. Cockerill, who has been in the director of rugby (DoR) role since 2009, bucks a developing trend of Aviva Premiership coaches being moved around almost as much as football managers. Being a head coach can be a transitory business but, compared to other sports, rugby union had appeared...

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  • Mike Lomax Joins Board At Warrington

    Warrington Wolves have announced that Mike Lomax, managing director of a successful local steelwork company, has joined the club's board as a director. Lomax is the managing director of Total Steelwork and Fabrication Ltd and will have a specific role at the club which focuses on commercial and club sponsorship development. Warrington chairman Professor Steven Broomhead said: "We are delighted that Mike, with his successful business experience, has joined the club board. "He shares the local pas...

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