Sale Sharks are happy to confirm that Sharks Junior Academy’s highly successful five members have graduated and they have signed professional contracts with the club before the season of 2017/18.
The five members who completed their graduation are Sam Moore, Luke James, Matt Sturgess, Nic Dolly and Arron Reed; they all have signed the deal of five-years with the Sharks. Steve Diamond seeks to crop the rugby players of next generation following in the footsteps of the Curry brothers.
Academy Manager, Brendan Thomas, said: “The players are one of the sturdiest age-groups that our system has produced, and this was established when in February, the side made for the Finals Day.
“Now, all the members of the academy who has directly or indirectly worked with these five players are excited to see how these players develop and adapt in a full-time environment of rugby.” (more…)
Sale Sharks has been going great guns.
They are being taken over by a new management that will hopefully invest new funds and help the team to reach top position in rugby across the continent. Sale Sharks has some great players on the team. George Nott is one such player who played a key role in the Under 20 championship of the country. The launch of the championship tournament was in style thanks to players like George Nott of Sale Sharks.
If you have followed the match you would have witnessed how George, in the role of a flanker, helped to score in the opening try. The game had been held at the Manchester City Academy stadium. Here the hosts were successful in overpowering Italy at a score of 48-10. The campaign kick started in a great way as a result of the opening try.
Steve Diamonds, the boss of the Sale Sharks team, is understandably happy that the team was able to beat their opponent team Newcastle and was able to secure a place in the European league.
There are pictures all over the forums and blogs that detailed the match held between these two clubs. Joe Ford was a key player who kicked the right penalties that helped his team to beat Newcastle.
Sale director was happy that Joe Ford had kicked the two crucial penalties in the second half that helped the team beat their opponent team. It has also helped Sale to secure a place in the European Champions Cup. Sale secured their win at a score of 21-15. The win of the team was at Kingston Park. It also helped the Sharks to secure the sixth place in the upcoming Premiership next season. Exeter then hammered Harlequins which in turn secured the sixth position for the Sharks. (more…)
Jeremy Butler has been appointed the new General Manager by the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks with the former chief executive of Tranmere Rovers beginning work on his new assignment this week itself.
The 46 year old was running a sports media business for 20 years before being appointed as the chief executive of the League Two club and he completely transformer the fortunes of the club in his short time there. During his time at the club, he was the leader of the commercial team that oversaw a drastic rise in season ticket sales as well as the commercial revenue for the club and the Sale Sharks are hopeful that he will be able to weave a similar kind of magic with them as well.
Jonny Kennedy, the managing director of the club said that the club has taken a strategic decision to bolster its off field operations and believe Jeremy Butler is the right man to be trusted with those ambitions and he will play a lead role as they try to achieve those goals. He added that Butler’s track record for engaging fans, successful marketing initiatives as well as bolstering the commercial activities were major reasons for his appointment and the board believes he will become a key asset for the team in the long run. (more…)
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