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  • Payne Resigns As USA Rugby Chief

    ... plan, the organization was able to contribute to the contingency reserve and add value to the balance sheet." "First and foremost, on behalf of USA Rugby, I would like to thank Dan for his incredible dedication to this organization and its members." said Will Chang, chairman of the USA Rugby board of directors, "He came into the role during a transitional period and was able to stabilize the organization and its finances." "USA Rugby is grateful for Dan's commitment over the last year and half,...

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  • What do sponsors want?

    Sponsorship has become an integral part of rugby clubs both great and small. JOHN OATES, managing director of Pro-Stream, looks at how to go about securing a sponsor   Sponsorship is undoubtedly one of the key sources of income for all clubs, irrespective of size. Without a successful sponsorship programme they Will struggle to reach their income targets. It is therefore essential to optimise all the opportunities to find sponsorship and in order to achieve this they Will need to understand sev...

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  • Wasps Do Away With 'London' Prefix

    Aviva Premiership side Wasps have dropped the 'London' prefix from their official name and from next season they Will once again be known as just Wasps. The decision is likely to have been made in order to establish a clearer brand and to capitalise on marketing opportunities, though the revertion to the club's traditional name Will likely please supporters. The club became known as 'London Wasps' in 1999 after the game turned professional in an attempt to distinguish the senior team from the am...

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  • What does it take to run the biggest club rugby competition in the world?

    What does it take to run the biggest club rugby competition in the world? DAVID LAWRENSON finds out from ERC chief executive Derek McGrath   The Heineken Cup has been one of the great success stories of rugby union in the open era, becoming the biggest club competition in the world. In December, a record crowd of over 76,000 watched Stade Francais play Harlequins at the Stade de France in Paris - a remarkable achievement considering the first final in 1996 attracted less than 22,000. Days befor...

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    RunningRugby.com is positioned at the hub of the business community of both codes of rugby with a focus on the UK and Ireland. The RunningRugby.com website has more than 4,000 registered users who are all business decision makers in the sport. The site averages around 5,000 unique users per month and our email bulletin is sent to all our subscribers, the open rate average is over 1,000 and the list of those who engage is like a who’s who of pro rugby. Our partnership with specialist recruitmen...

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  • News

    This story was published in RR Magazine Issue 1 (March 2007) some of the information is likely to have Changed BEHIND THE BRAND RHINO   Who are they? Rhino is one of the leading suppliers of specialist rugby equipment, offering everything from scrummage machines, to tackle pads, balls and kit.   What’s the history? Rhino Rugby was established more than 25 years ago by Tim Francis, who was a teacher at Dulwich College in London. He created a scrummage machine called the Powerhouse, and toget...

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  • Leeds Met team up with Leeds Carnegie

    Anyone taking a passing interest in Leeds rugby over the past couple of years Will be familiar with the name Carnegie. It has attached itself to the ground, the shirts and Headingley’s new east stand in a groundbreaking partnership. Carnegie aren’t your run-of-the-mill sponsors, in fact they don’t even use the word sponsorship but their tie up with Leeds could point the way for other clubs to form lucrative partnerships with their local universities. Carnegie is part of Leeds Metropolitan...

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