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Use of this site
The content of the site (including content, graphics and logos) should not be duplicated or distributed to any third party without the express approval of Running Rugby Ltd.
We cannot accept liability for the content or commercial activities of third party sites that can be accessed through links from our site.
Running Rugby Ltd reserve the right to refuse subscription to the protected parts of this website to anyone who is not involved in the business of rugby or, in the opinion of RR Ltd, has not provided sufficient information on registration to qualify.
For avoidance of doubt, the website is a business resource intended for the rugby business community in UK and Republic of Ireland. Further interested parties from other sports, industries, geographical territories or other groups of interest (eg. students) will be granted access at the sole discretion of RR Ltd.
We will re-consider the case of any applicant that has been refused access on further information provided by telephone, email or post.
We would appreciate being informed of any change of contact information and reserve the right to cancel a user subscription if the email address is consistently rejecting messages.
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While an editorial section may be sponsored by a commercial organisation we take great care to ensure the editorial objectivity and value of content within that section. Any “paid for/advertorial” articles will be clearly marked as such.
Although we will make best endeavours to ensure that content is fair and balanced, the opinions of our contributors should not be considered the opinions of Running Rugby Ltd and we do not accept any liability for such content on the site.
While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of editorial content, no responsibility can be taken for any errors or omissions.
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An exciting opportunity has arisen at Super League, the elite club competition in rugby league, and the RFL, the sport’s national governing body. We seek to appoint a Creative Artworker based at our offices in Media City UK, Manchester.
You will act as the main contact with regard to production of all artwork for the Commercial department and support the Senior Creative Artworker with production of assets for Super League and RFL. You’ll work with existing agencies to ensure that all artwork produced will be to an exceptional standard and in a timely manner.