NSWRU takes next step in self-governance

  
Printable Version Printable Version    Recommend Recommend    Email to a friend Email to a friend
  
Share   
  

28/01/2004


The NSW Rugby Union will take its next major step after regaining self-governance when it calls for applications for the role of executive director this weekend.

Current CEO, John McKay, an ARU employee, endorsed the move by the NSWRU board.

"I support this decision by the NSWRU board which now governs the game in its own right," said McKay today.

"I've been encouraged to apply but as yet I haven't made a decision.

NSWRU chairman Dilip Kumar said it was important for NSW to appoint its own executive director.

"John McKay has done an outstanding job over the last two years through the service agreement with the Australian Rugby Union but the time has come for a fully fledged NSW employee to run the union," said Kumar.

"We have repaid the $4.6million loan from the ARU and now sit in a strong financial position to move forward.

"The board has worked very hard to bring about constitutional reform to ensure a bright future for NSW but there is still much work to be done and that's why we need a NSW appointed manger in control," added Kumar.

The position will be advertised nationally in this weekend's press.

News Archive

July 2017
NSW Rugby has announced their two Gen Blue U16 sides to compete in the U16’s National Championships at the Southport School, Brisbane this September.
For those unfamiliar to it, the Trytons rugby program is designed for children with special needs focusing on ball handling, kicking, catching and passing in a safe, non-tackling environment.
Sydney girl Page McGregor has been named as captain of the Aussie 7’s team ahead of the team’s first fixture at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Bermuda early tomorrow morning.
The Coastal Cup has picked up where it left off last year with over 300 boys and girls taking part in weekly games Rugby 7s in the playing fields of Centennial Park.
Wallabies Head Coach Michael Cheika has been named 10 NSW Waratahs in his extended playing squad ahead of the Bledisloe Cup series in August.
NSW halfback Nick Phipps will host the final round of the Waratahs Club Blitz this Wednesday night at the North Rocks Junior Rugby Club at Kingsdene Oval, Carlingford.
The squad that will represent Australia in the upcoming Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas later this week has been selected with half the squad coming from NSW.
The Western Force have come home strong in the final match of 2017 to defeat the NSW Waratahs 40-11 in Perth.
A gallant Southern Districts side have stolen victory right from out of the Marlins’ hands after the final whistle at Manly Oval. 
Ahead of the fifteenth round of competition, we take a look at the key match ups from around the grounds as the top six starts to take some shape.
Four NSW Under 16 teams will play at the Invitational Tournament to be held at the Sydney Academy of Sport at Narrabeen this weekend, in a selection trial to choose two teams to represent NSW at the national titles in September.
NSW Rugby Development Officers and a handful of NSW Waratahs turned out at Seven Hills’ Grantham Reserve all day yesterday for over 300 boys and girls at the Macquarie Bank Clinic.
NSW Waratahs Head Coach Daryl Gibson has made one change to the starting line-up for the match against the Western Force this Saturday in Perth.
Following the final home game of the season against Argentinian side the Jaguares, we caught up with Assistant Coach Chris Malone for this week’s edition of the Daikin Cooldown.

We take a look at how each the televised match fared for round 14, as well as the scores from the rest of the round.

Page 10 of 158First   Previous   5  6  7  8  9  [10]  11  12  13  14  Next   Last   
Enter Keyword
Filter by Category