Jones To Replace Blyth At Ospreys?

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1 August 2018

David Jones has been named by Wales Online as the likely successor to Roger Blyth as chairman at the Ospreys. Blyth is stepping aside after five years in the role.

Jones is the managing director of Princes Gate Water which produces as many as 65 million bottles of mineral water a year from their Pembrokeshire base. The company now employs over 50 people.

Accounts for the year ending November 2016 show Princes Gate Water Ltd turning over more than £14.5 million.

In 2018, food giant Nestle bought a majority share in the company, with David retaining a minority share, though the value of the deal remains undisclosed.

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