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  • Allianz Park Achieves Record Bar Sales

    Saracens have revealed that a record bar sales Total was taken during their 23-15 win against The Sharks at Allianz Park on Saturday. The Premiership leaders were playing the Super XV side from Durban for the inaugural Sanlam Private Investments Shield and, with an almost capacity crowd in attendance, a Total of over £60,000 was taken behind the bars around the ground. That equates to 15,000 pints at an average price of £4 per pint and stadium director Gordon Banks said many of the 9,298 fan...

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  • NRL Clubs Lost More Than A$50M Last Year

    NRL clubs lost a Total of $53.4 million (£33m or €38.4m) last year, according to a secret financial document obtained by The Daily Telegraph in Australia on the eve of the season kick-off last week. The NRL governing body also lost more than $2 million (£1.24m or €1.44m)) last year, despite a $50 million (£31m or €36m) advanced payment on the new TV deal from broadcasters Channel Nine. The figures show the Parramatta Eels had the worst result in the year of their salary cap scandal, fin...

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  • Record Super League Crowds Over Easter

    The Stobart Super League set new attendance records for the Easter Weekend. A Total of 153,772 people saw the Rounds 10 and 11 fixtures over the Bank Holiday, a three per cent increase on the record set in 2011 and 22,000 more than turned out for the Easter double header in 2010. The aggregate crowd of 88,425 for the Round 10 fixtures last Thursday and Friday is the second biggest Total in Super League history, just 931 behind the record of 89,356 set in Round 22 of 2010. “The crowds we have s...

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  • London Welsh Reveal Losses From Promotion Campaign

    London Welsh’s latest financial figures have revealed that there may be a lot more pain on the horizon, especially with backer Kelvin Bryon withdrawing his support. The Exiles made a loss of more than £1.6 million in the year ending 30 June 2012 according to information submitted to Companies House and the losses between then and now have reportedly been even greater and make a grand Total loss of £4 million over the past two years. The club’s turnover has decreased from £1.46 million in...

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  • RFL Fail In Appeal Against Bradford 39

    A seven-day employment tribunal has now been scheduled in Leeds in January after the RFL’s attempt to have the cases of 39 current and former players and staff of Bradford Bulls thrown out has been dismissed. A Total of 46 current and former players and staff have made claims regarding wages, holiday pay, notice pay, and potential statutory redundancy payments after the holding company Bradford Bulls Northern Ltd went into liquidation in November last year and a new company, Bradford Bulls 201...

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  • Bath draft for new arena

    Bath have published a draft prospectus detailing the club’s aspirations for the development of a new £16 million arena at the Recreation Ground. The development will be funded by a combination of commercial debt, partners not requiring primacy of tenure, debenture sales and private donations. Chief executive Bob Calleja commented: “I must stress that we are not yet in a position to develop a planning application, and so these drawings are simply a basis for debate and discussion as to the o...

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  • SL Crowds Increase by 6.7% in 2012

    Super League has released cummulative attendance figures for the regular season in 2012: a Total of 1.88 million fans witnessed the drama unfold during the 27-round campaign, a 6.7 per cent increase on 2011’s figure of 1.77 million and the highest aggregate attendance since Super League’s inception in 1996. The weekly average across the competition rose once again, with an average of 9,950 fans attending every game. League leaders Wigan Warriors recorded the highest average club attendance...

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  • Fujitsu Becomes Latest RWC Partner

    World Rugby has announced the appointment of Fujitsu, a global leader in information and communication technology solutions, as the latest official sponsor of Rugby World Cup 2015. World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper said: "We are delighted to be welcoming Fujitsu to Rugby World Cup 2015's family of globally-renowned commercial partners. The appointment of a market leader as an official sponsor further reflects the significant appeal of an event that is on track to be a very special global...

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  • Salford Post £5m Loss

    Salford Red Devils have revealed in their latest accounts that the club made a loss of in excess of £5 million in the year ending 31 January 2014. The loss, which is thought to be the biggest ever annual loss by a UK rugby league club, came in the first year after Dr Marwan Koukash completed his takeover the club on 31 January 2013 as the Liverpool-based racehorse owner sought to make Salford competitive at the top end of Super League. The club turned over £2,298,378 as it made the pre-tax los...

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  • World Sevens Series Extends Live, TV And Social Reach

    World Rugby has announced record-breaking fan figures for the men’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. The Total attendance over the 10 rounds of the 2016-17 series increased by almost ten per cent, to 734,000. The Total social media community reached 120 million across multiple languages as the series broadcast to a global TV audience in over 100 countries. The figures reflect the increased popularity of a sport that saw its fan-base increase by almost 17 million people in six key territories a...

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