Tommy Todd

  • Greenberg Is New NRL CEO

    Todd Greenberg has been appointed the new chief executive officer of the Australian National Rugby League (NRL). "Our local and international search identified a number of highly credentialed individuals from both within and outside the game who would have offered a lot to rugby league," ARLC Chairman John Grant said. "But at the end of the day, Todd ticks all the boxes to be the new CEO. "While we've known all along that he is an outstanding sports administrator with a deep understanding and lo...

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  • Stoop Shortlisted For Stadium Award

    The Twickenham Stoop has been shortlisted for a Stadium Business Award, within the 'Project of the Year' category, for the work conducted in the south west corner of the stadium. In the summer of 2014, Harlequins invested in and transformed the area behind the south stand by expanding the space to allow numerous food and beverage units to be installed and provide an area for the club and partners to activate on match days. Commenting on the news that the Stoop is up for an award, Harlequins oper...

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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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  • RLWC 2017 Boss Brown Resigns After Bullying Allegations

    The chief executive officer of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, Michael Brown has resigned after it was revealed he left an angry voicemail for Penrith Panthers chief Corey Payne. Payne had written a public letter asking why Penrith hadn’t been awarded a game for the 2017 tournament and, according to the Sydney Morning Herald, Brown called and “verbally abused and threatened the Penrith boss”. NRL executives were then made aware of the voicemail, concerned about it given their anti-bullyin...

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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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  • Sinfield Joins RFL

    The RFL have announced that Kevin Sinfield MBE has joined the governing body in the role of rugby director starting on Thursday, September 1, 2016. Sinfield will split his time between the performance & development department at Red Hall, the RFL’s headquarters in Leeds, and with the commercial, marketing and communications teams based at Media City UK in Manchester. At Red Hall, Sinfield will lead on the review of the RFL performance strategy and assist in devising a four-year England 202...

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  • Parramatta Eels Heavily Sanctioned For Systematic Salary Cap Breaches

    The NRL delivered its preliminary findings into its salary cap investigation of the Parramatta Eels early this week, with the club being deducted all 12 points they’ve acquired this season and handed the maximum financial penalty of A$1m (£520k/€650k). They were also stripped of their 2016 Auckland Nines title and five executives have been banned from rugby activity (although those bans have since been upheld pending an appeal). The club’s systematic breaching of the salary cap has been a...

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  • Eels Penalties Upheld By NRL

    As a salutary lesson to all professional sports clubs operating under salary cap rules, the NRL have upheld their judgement on salary cap breaches by the Parramatta Eels. Chief executive Todd Greenberg said that he had carefully considered the responses from the Parramatta club and five officials to the breach notices. "While each made points worthy of consideration, there was insufficient information in those responses to warrant any change to the penalties originally proposed in the breach not...

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  • NRL Players To Get 50% Pay Rise

    The NRL and RLPA (the players’ body) have announced a new deal this week through a collective bargaining agreement, which will deliver a 52% increase in player wages over the next five years (2018 to 2022) bringing the average wage of a top 30 NRL player to $330,000 per year (£191,000) while the minimum wage will be increased to $100,000 (£58,000) next year and $120,000 (£70,000) in 2022. The Aus$980 million (£568m) deal will deliver extra funding for the player retirement fund, for player...

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