Tom English

  • USA Rugby To Hold Talks With Premier Rugby

    Premier Rugby and USA Rugby are to hold talks over the possibility of an English club rugby game being played in America. Peter Tom, the Leicester Tigers chairman, is reported to have suggested that talks are underway about a game taking place in the USA and PRL’s CEO Mark McCafferty is to meet USA Rugby boss Nigel Melville next month to discuss the logistics of such a venture. "We are looking to extend our ties with American rugby and open up the US market commercially. They can see the pros...

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  • A Closer Look at England's $1.5m Investment in RIM

    US rugby website Rugby Today looks closer at RIM: USA Rugby recently trumpeted a new partnership with the Rugby Football Union, its English counterpart, which sees the RFU become a shareholder in USA Rugby’s new for-profit entity, Rugby International Marketing. Though USA Rugby and the RFU have disclosed neither the official amount of equity purchased nor the price, Rugby Today has learned the transaction is for in the neighborhood of 10-percent equity for $1.5 million (£0.96m/€1.35m). Nige...

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  • Club Sponsors Up For Plaudits At New Awards

    A new rugby awards event is giving English rugby union clubs from all performance levels a chance to promote their sponsors in the Club Sponsor of the Year category.  The inaugural Lawson Keys National Rugby Awards are designed to honour the achievements of all the thousands of rugby clubs across the country. The awards will acknowledge their dedication and commitment at a dinner event at Twickenham on September 2. Innovation and commitment rather than financial considerations are key to succe...

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  • PRL Demand £400k Medical Bill Ransom From Errant Unions

    English clubs have voted to withhold all of their Scots, Italian, Samoan and Tongan players from next month's Autumn Tests unless the unions involved settle what they claim to be £400,000 of outstanding bills for treating injuries incurred on international duty. On Sunday the SRU told Sportsmail that talks with Premiership Rugby Ltd (PRL) are ongoing, but they remain hopeful the matter will be resolved before the squad meet for their initial camp next week. A spokesman stated: 'We are in positi...

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  • TV Bosses Want Rugby Coaches To Reveal Gameplans

    English rugby will be asked to agree to a broadcasting revolution that would see coaches sharing tactics and gameplans with television commentators before matches. The radical proposals are being put forward by BT Vision, who won the rights to cover the Premiership next season and are emerging as serious rivals to BSkyB as Britain's premium sports broadcasters. The company are paying close to £1 billion to become major players in football and rugby, and will pitch a series of innovations to the...

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  • New Super League Franchises In Ukraine

    Ukraine Rugby League has announced a revamp of its top competition that will see five regional Super League franchises put in place allied to English clubs. Wakefield Express reported that Transcarpathia Trinity, linked to Wakefield; Lviv Tigers allied to Castleford; Wests Knights, partnered by York; Kyiv Rhinos who will work with Leeds; and Easts Giants, supported by Huddersfield, will be the participants of the 2018 Joma Super Rugby League. “This is a significant moment for Ukrainian Rugby L...

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  • Premiership Rugby Renews Guinness Deal

    Premiership Rugby has announced an extension to its partnership with Guinness as the former title sponsor continues its commitment to the 12 Aviva Premiership rugby clubs for the 2014/15 season. Guinness, involved in both English domestic rugby and the Six Nations, will continue as the league's Official Beer and Official Responsible Drinking Partner next season and Premiership Rugby's commercial director Dominic Hayes is pleased that they are remaining on board. "Premiership Rugby is in great s...

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  • European Rugby- Your Views Please

    The English and French union clubs have announced their intention to withdraw from the Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup next season and set up their own tournament if their demands are not met. Running Rugby suspects that, despite a meeting between all parties having been scheduled for next week, a compromise may well be weeks away if not months. How long do you think the stand-off can go on before real damage is done to a valuable rugby property? Or, does the tournament need a good shaking...

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  • Heineken Cup future still in doubt

    The future of Europe’s premier club rugby competition is as unclear as ever after the latest meeting of stakeholders failed to produce a solution. Four separate rounds of talks have now come and gone without a satisfactory outcome being reached and no date has been set for the next meeting, although tournament organisers European Rugby Cup Ltd will discuss the progress of the talks in February. English and French clubs indicated back in June that they would not agree to compete in the Heineken...

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  • Steele Gets English Institute Of Sport Job

    The former CEO of the RFU, John Steele, has been appointed chair of the English Institute of Sport (EIS). The appointment comes at a time when the aim is to win more medals in RIO 2016 than at London 2012. Steele, who is currently CEO of the Youth Sport Trust and has previously been CEO at UK Sport, will replace Steve Cram after he stepped down in June 2013 after 10 years of service. The institute has more than 250 staff and provides sports science and medical support to in excess of 1,700 at...

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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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