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  • Scottish Rugby To Buy Worcester?

    The Scottish Rugby Union are reportedly close to securing a takeover of Worcester Warriors after a bid from ex-Swindon Town football club chairman Jed McCrory is understood to have failed. According to local press and the Rugby Paper, McCrory had been granted a period of exclusivity to complete the deal. But that seems to have expired last week without agreement and the SRU is now believed to be in pole position to take control of the Aviva Premiership club. Warriors’ owners Sixways Holdings L...

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  • Saracens Cancel Cape Town Experiment

    Saracens have cancelled their plans to stage their Heineken Cup match with Biarritz in Cape Town. The fixture which is scheduled for the 14th of January will now be held in London. There was a dispute in Cape Town over which stadium should host the event. The Cape Town stadium (pictured above) was announced, as the initial venue, which is owned by the City of Cape Town but the Western Province Rugby Football Union wanted the game to be held at Newlands, the regions tradional rugby home. Sarcens...

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  • Bid To Have Rec Made Into Town Green Provokes Backlash

    A resident opposed to moves to give Bath Rugby a greater share of the Recreation Ground has applied for the site to be made an official Town green. But the application by retired NHS IT manager Jack Sparrow has been dismissed as a “stalling tactic” by the politician at the heart of the process of sorting out the Rec’s future. Mr Sparrow, from Bathwick, has lodged an application under the 2006 Commons Act to have the whole of the Rec, including the city’s leisure centre, designated as a t...

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  • Huddersfiled Man, Andrew Watson Joins Giants

    Huddersfield Giants have appointed ex Huddersfield Town CEO, Andrew Watson as the club’s new commercial director. Watson has a history with the Giants and Huddersfield Town and said: “It was a real honour to be appointed as commercial director of the Giants. “As a lifelong fan of some 500-plus games, it is going to be a real labour of love. “I served as Ken Davy’s chief executive at Huddersfield Town when he rescued the club in 2003, and also as a director of the Giants, and have a lon...

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  • Saracens To Play Heineken Cup Match in Cape Town

    Saracens will break new ground by playing their Heineken Cup Round 5 match against Biarritz Olympique in Cape Town on Saturday, January 14th, 2012. ERC, organisers of the Heineken Cup, and the IRB have both approved an application by the English champions to play the match in South Africa, further growing the club’s brand, sponsor network and supporter base. The decision means South Africa will become the 10th country to host action from European rugby’s premier club tournament, which annual...

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  • Mounsey To Chair Workington Town

    Former Workington and Whitehaven hooker Garry Mounsey has been elected chairman of recently relegated Workington Town by his fellow directors. Mounsey, the former Glasson Rangers amateur player and coach, has been on the board for three years. “I’m delighted to have been elected Chairman, ” said Mounsey. “The club is busy regrouping for the new season in League 1 and with our very experienced vice chair Mark Fryer and a larger board, we are working hard to position the club to challenge...

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  • WR Hall Of Fame Opens In Rugby

    The World Rugby Hall of Fame has been officially launched in Rugby, England, following a star-studded grand opening in the Town and induction of 12 more greats of the game on Thursday. The Hall of Fame, a fully interactive and immersive experience, celebrates the history of the sport from innovative and rule-breaking beginnings with William Webb Ellis and Rugby School, right through to the present day with 132 greats, pioneers and administrators inducted to date. World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumo...

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  • Wales RL Strikes Sponsorship Deal

    Wales Rugby League has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement with commercial media firm Town & Country Broadcasting. Although the financial details of the deal were not released, it is reported to be a ‘substantial sum’. The deal sees Nation Radio become the official partner of the WRL with immediate effect. The brand will appear on the sleeves of the national team's shirts. Martin Mumford, managing director of Town & Country Broadcasting, said: "This is an exciting time for Rugb...

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  • Warriors Lose Sponsor Before Challenge Cup Final

    Wigan Warriors have announced that DW Sports Fitness will be the shirt sponsor for Saturday's Tetley's Challenge Cup Final against Hull FC at Wembley after main sponsor Applicado Cheer went bust. The news of the firm's collapse will come as a blow to the high-flying Super League club but it has managed to strike a one-off deal with Dave Whelan's company, which obviously has close links to the club, at short notice and it is reported to be worth a five-figure sum. The Warriors insist that a f...

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  • London Welsh Plan Kassam Stadium Exit

    London Welsh are hoping to redevelop Witney Town's old football ground and leave the Kassam Stadium, according to the BBC. A proposal to redevelop the Polythene Stadium into a 10,000 capacity ground, with 6,000 temporary seats, has been given to West Oxfordshire planners. "The costs we currently have at the Kassam are difficult to justify," London Welsh commercial director David Jenkins told BBC Radio Oxford, Welsh moved to the Kassam Stadium from Old Deer Park following their promotion to the...

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