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Premiership Clubs Wrestle With Player Rules & Regs

25 April 2013 by Adrian Hill

In days of yore it was a case of simply picking the best team to win a game of rugby but with a fixture list stretching over 39 weeks, and a list of specific employment and selection criteria to work ...

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Injury Audit Puts Concussion At Head Of List

22 March 2013 by Editor

For the first time concussion has been noted as the most common injury suffered by Aviva Premiership players, according to results from the 2011-12 season in the latest England Professional Rugby Inju...

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Rovers Boss Against Dual Registration

20 March 2013 by Editor

Featherstone Rovers chief executive Craig Poskitt says the dual-registration system is "bad for the integrity of the sport".Rovers have refused to adopt the system, which involves a Championship side ...

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Bears To Scour Web For Talent

5 February 2013 by Tim Groves

The Coventry Bears have teamed up with the sports networking site in an innovative move to recruit new talent for the budding rugby league team. The club will play in the National Confere...

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RPA And 1eagu3 Branch Out

3 February 2013 by Tim Groves

The players’ associations in both codes of rugby are moving out of their usual areas of operation and embarking on new ventures. The Rugby Players’ Association (RPA) has launched a brand new onlin...

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Mark Lambert Talks Education In Rugby

29 January 2013 by The Rugby Business Network

Harlequins Prop Mark Lambert talks to The Rugby Business Network about the importance of education in rugby in the professional era to ensure that players have a career path to pursue, whether in busi...

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Performance Programs Manager - NSW Rugby League

The Performance Programs Manager will lead development and manage the implementation of world leading player development programs and systems with a specific focus on U16, U18, U20 and Women’s Programs. The role will work in conjunction with the Performance Solutions Manager to provide expert analysis, advice and guidance to athletes and implement identified performance solutions throughout the player development programs.
Having led and managed projects on a national or state level for a minimum of 2 years, you will be well practiced in change management as well as delivering and evaluating new programs. The role requires excellent communication and negotiation skills with the ability to work with a diverse group of stakeholders and influence them to move towards best practice.

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