Commercial Veteran Leyton Williams Hired By Ospreys

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5 June 2018

Ospreys Rugby have appointed Leyton Williams, formerly of Worcester Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby as head of commercial.

His is a familiar face to many in Welsh rugby having previously held commercial roles at the WRU and the Scarlets during an almost 20-year career in the sports industry, he will commence duties at the Ospreys later this month.

“I'm delighted to be joining the Ospreys at such an exciting time for the region” said Williams.

“I’ve worked within the industry for nearly 20 years, inside and outside of Wales, in different environments, and I want to use my experience and connections to drive the Ospreys forward commercially from an already strong base.

“Spending time with staff briefly to get a taste of life at the Liberty Stadium has been really enjoyable. The positive atmosphere around the place and the genuine excitement about what the organisation wants to achieve next season, on and off the field, has impressed me.

“I’m looking forward to getting started and linking up with everybody at the Ospreys, directors, commercial and rugby staff, and our partners and supporters, to make the region accessible and affordable to the wider community.

“One of my first tasks will be to engage with as many supporters and partners with a vested interest in the Ospreys as I can to get important feedback, before looking at the wider picture on how we can attract businesses that would like to use the Ospreys brand to promote themselves, while growing

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