TREVOR WOODMAN GIVES RHINO MASTERCLASS AT GLOUCESTER

Rhino have recently concluded a supplier deal with Gloucester in the area of scrummaging machines and contact equipment. As part of an agreed programme of joint activity, last week England World Cup winning prop and current Gloucester Scrum Coach Trevor Woodman conducted a masterclass at the Kingsholm ground for local coaches on Gloucester’s Rhino Dictator scrum machine and Forward Coach Andrew Stanley ran a session on the breakdown using our special range of contact equipment for that phase of the game. It was a very well attended event which was widely praised by participants.
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April 25, 2014

12 Nov 2010, RHINO SCORES HIGHLY IN RUGBY EXPO’S MOST INFLUENTIAL LIST

Rhino CEO Reg Clark on the company’s signature Dictator scrum machine at Twickenham
Rhino CEO Reg Clark on the company’s signature Dictator scrum machine at Twickenham
  Rugby Expo 2010 yesterday announced rugby’s 20 most influential people following extensive polling ahead of the event and of delegates over two days. Rhino was proud to be represented on the list by both CEO Reg Clark and current England Manager Martin Johnson, who together led the Management Buy-In of Rhino in late 2006.  Kevin Roberts, from Sport Business Group, said, “The list of the top 20 most influential people in rugby has been designed to be a fair reflection of how people feel in the industry about the individuals that make the biggest decisions about the game as it was voted for by some of the biggest names in rugby. The next 12 months in the rugby world is going to be very exciting and we are all looking forward to seeing who makes the list next year. Congratulations to everyone who made the top 20.” The top 20 in full
  1. Bernard Lapasset, IRB
  2. Sir Ian McGeechan, Bath and former Scotland and Lions Coach
  3. Jonny Wilkinson, Player
Adam Crozier, ITV Barney Francis, Sky Sports David Gallop, National Rugby League, Australia Francois Pienaar Gareth Thomas, Player Graham Henry, New Zealand Coach Greg Peters, SANZAR John Steele, RFU Martin Johnson, England Martin Sneddon, RNZ 2011 Max Guazzini, Owner Stade Francais Mick Cleary, The Daily Telegraph Paddy O’Brien, Head of the IRB Referees Board Reg Clark, Rhino Rugby Richard Lewis, RFL Richie McCaw, New Zealand Stephen Jones, The Sunday Times
November 12, 2010

8 Jun 2010, SPRINGBOKS UNVEIL NEW RHINO DICTATOR IN CAPE TOWN

SPRINGBOKS UNVEIL NEW RHINO DICTATOR IN CAPE TOWN

The Springboks today unveiled their new Rhino Dictator scrum machine to the press in Cape Town. Following its purchase by the South African Rugby Union, Rhino agreed to 're-livery'the machine into Springbok green and SARU's sponsor SASOL alongside the usual Rhino branding. Springbok forward coach Gary Gold, coach Pieter de Villiers and scrum advisor Os du Rand posed for the press alongside the machine. The Dictator is also the current scrum machine of choice of the British & Irish Lions and the England, Wales and Scotland national squads. Rhino is hoping to follow up this flagship sale with a re-launch of our brand into the South African market - the company’s original 'Powerhouse' roller-style machine is still much in evidence in clubs and schools around the country as we had a lot of early success in selling this model there in the 1980's. As we all know, Rhino machines do last forever! Watch the video here The Springboks today unveiled their new Rhino Dictator scrum machine to the press in Cape Town.
June 08, 2010