London Japanese captain Yoshinari Ihaya and Kew Occasionals captain Tom Clark flank referee and Rhino CEO Reg Clark before the opening game
|1. Billy Slater (Melbourne Storm)|
|2. Brett Morris (St George-Illawarra Dragons)|
|3. Greg Inglis (South Sydney Rabbitohs)|
|4. Josh Morris (Canterbury Bulldogs)|
|5. Ryan Hall (Leeds Rhinos)|
|6. Johnathan Thurston (North Queensland Cowboys)|
|7. Cooper Cronk (Melbourne Storm)|
|8. James Graham (Canterbury Bulldogs)|
|9. Cameron Smith (Melbourne Storm)|
|10. Sam Kasiano (Canterbury Bulldogs)|
|11. Nate Myles (Gold Coast Titans)|
|12. Sam Burgess (South Sydney Rabbitohs)|
|13. Paul Gallen (Cronulla Sharks)|
- Alison Collins
- Simon Norton
- Stefan Burzynski
- Ellen Lovell
There is another chance to win a signed shirt this week, the competition will appear in the programme for the QBE International England v Springboks game on Saturday, but as a Rhino Rugby visitor you can enter now here. *Please note:This competition closes at midnight on the 25th November 2012, for full terms and conditions visit the link above. This link will not work via a mobile device, please use a pc or laptop to enter.
Phil and Topo meet Matilda again at Twickers.© www.photofortyone.com 2012We took the opportunity of Rugby Expo at Twickenham today to stage a reunion between Topo Rodriguez, legendary dual Argentinian and Australian international who propped for that Grand Slam, Rhino co-founder Phil Keith-Roach and an original Powerhouse machine (thanks to Reeds Weybridge RFC). Topo and Phil are amongst the leading scrummaging gurus in world rugby and the former has recently launched his magnum opus ‘The Art of Scrummaging’ following many years of research.
The unthinkable happens...Australia score a pushover try against Wales.
Charlie McEwen of the Lions, Rhino Chairman Andrew Moss and CEO Reg Clark launch the 2013 Lions ball range at Rugby Expo.
Anna Wood and Maria Grandinetti Milton of Logan Sports Management with the Rhino Lions beach ball.
There is another chance to win a signed shirt this week, the competition will appear in the programme for the QBE International England v Australia game on Saturday, but as a Rhino Rugby visitor you can enter now here. *Please note:This competition closes at midnight on the 18th November 2012, for full terms and conditions visit the link above. This link will not work via a mobile device, please use a pc or laptop to enter.
Rhino Rugby and Rhino-Turf have jointly entered into a 3 year agreement with Rosslyn Park FC to be a Sponsor of both the HSBC National School Sevens and of the Club for the next 3 years.
Rhino Group CEO Reg Clark comments:
"On behalf of both Rhino's mainstream equipment business and of Rhino-Turf our innovative and dynamic licensees in the artificial turf business, we are delighted once more to be a Sponsor of the HSBC National Schools Sevens and of Rosslyn Park FC. It's a particular pleasure to continue our association with Sevens Sponsor HSBC with whom we are working very closely on next year's Lions Tour, and Rhino has very strong historical ties with Park, not least through the late Andy Ripley, who was Chairman of our company for 18 years. Our association with the National School Sevens, moreover, goes back over 30 years"
Sean Justice, MD of Rosslyn Park comments:
"We are delighted that Rhino have come on board once more as a partner of the tournament, and moreover on a 3 year deal. We feel that Rhino and Rhino-Turf will add a lot of value to the tournament and to the club. I am sure they will increase the experience and enjoyment for the participants and spectators. Rhino is a brand recognised all over the world for its high quality equipment and artificial turf and with their involvement I'm sure this year's tournament will be a great success."