Tommy Seymour

  • Top Marque Join Forces With James Grant

    ... James Grant Group (JGG), the integrated management and professional services company in sport, music and entertainment. TMS, which represents over 60 international players including Dan Cole, Liam Williams, Charlie Faumuina, Will Genia, Simon Zebo and Tommy Seymour, was founded over 13 years ago by Shaun Longstaff (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 divis...

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  • Hewden Announce Partnership With Sharks

    Hewden, the national, multi-product hire specialist, has announced a new three-year partnership agreement with Sale Sharks. The agreement recognises Hewden as an official club partner, with branding on the shirtsleeve for home, away and European matches. Commenting on the agreement, Gary Tasker, commercial director for Sale Sharks said, “The Sharks are pleased to join forces with such a progressive and energetic organisation as Hewden. We, too, are a strong North West based brand with a nation...

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  • Kinetica To Fuel Bath As CircleBath Partnership Extended

    Bath have added Kinetica Sports as their new official sports nutrition and supplement partner ahead of the new season, as well as extending their partnership with CircleBath. Kinetica has been one of the leading names in the sports nutrition supplement market since its launch in 2009 and can list Connacht Rubgy, Bradford Bulls and Tommy Bowe as ambassadors, as well as Hampshire County Cricket Club and the Oxford and Cambridge University rugby teams. Bath high performance manager Allan Ryan said...

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  • Esportif Teams Up With Corner Flag & Kenyon

    Rugby union player agency Esportif International has announced a merger with Corner Flag Management and the appointment of Peter Kenyon as non-executive chairman. Corner Flag Management will now become Esportif Ireland. Corner Flag’s client list includes British and Irish Lions Tommy Bowe, Rory Best, Stevie Ferris and Tom Court along with fellow Irish internationals Donnacha Ryan, Devin Toner and John Muldoon from Leinster, Munster and Connacht respectively. In addition to these Irish based p...

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  • Hull KR Break Even

    The Hull Daily Mail has reported that Hull KR are about to post their best financial results since entering Super League 10 years ago with the club at least breaking even for the past 12 months. The Robins' results come despite spending the full salary cap on players’ wages and not qualifying for the play-offs in the 2015 season. Boosted by the prize money and gate receipts of their first Challenge Cup final appearance for 29 years, Rovers ended their accounting year (up to the end of November...

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  • Halfpenny’s Under Armour Deal A Game Changer For Rugby

    ... American Football, so it isn’t exactly small fry, but in rugby Adidas can certainly boast the bigger names and more of them. And, whilst Halfpenny’s team-mates Dan Lydiate, Toby Faletau and Jamie Roberts as well as the likes of Sean Maitland and Tommy Seymour in Scotland, Felix Jones and Craig Gilroy in Ireland and Will Fraser and Richard Wigglesworth in England are all Under Armour athletes, the 25-year-old goal-kicker is set to become the brand’s poster boy. “It is a ground-breaking d...

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  • The Sports Office Brings Some ‘Moneyball’ To Rugby

    The increasing professionalism of both rugby union and league and the growing prevalence and importance of technology within both codes is becoming evermore obvious even to those on the sidelines. Those more closely involved with rugby clubs will know the value of the data being collected in huge volumes nowadays on everything from aerobic capacity to accounts but even they need a helping hand when it comes to collating and processing it. Gone are the days of recording everything in Word documen...

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