Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks have appointed a new general manager for the team in Jeremy Butler.
The former chief executive of Tranmere Rovers will begin work at his new position in the Manchester club this week.
The 46 year old ran a sports media business for over 20 years before he took over at the League Two club and now, after successfully turning a corner for the Rovers, has moved on to the Rugby Football Union club.
Leicester Tigers managed to win third victory consecutively and the latest was over the Sale Sharks in the Aviva Premiership.
It was all due to the efforts of Laurence Pearce by which Leicester got a break and a lead by 20-3 which was due to a penalty trying from the close scrum. In the second half the game of Sale Sharks improved and it was all due to the efforts of Tom Arscott who stuck a passing move.
Rugby Football Union Championship club Bristol Rugby has announced the signing of hooker Marc Jones from Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks.
The club announced that the former Wales Under-20 international has put pen to paper on a two year contract at the club and will link up with his new team mates at Ashton Gate following the end of the current season.
The 27 year old Welshman made a staggering 158 appearances for the Aviva Premiership giants during his ten year stint at the club after making his debut in 2005.
Mark Cueto had admitted that the Sale Sharks will have to be prepared to gear up on Friday night if they want a repetition of the thrashing they gave to Exeter Chiefs in the last season.
The Sale Sharks went to Sandy park back in April where they made their position in the European Rugby Champions Cup of the season as they has a great eight-try victory. Even though they have that in their mind, the Chiefs are ready to face the guns this season in the Aviva Premiership Rugby table.
The first win of Sale Sharks came against London Welsh of the season of Premiership. Vadim Cobilas and Tom Arscott had tries with a break 0f 15-3 lead. The Exiles came back strongly. Nic Reynolds came after the interval. Arscott had a hat trick with two more. The win became extra glossy with Luke McLean and Tom Brady. The defeat of home run by Sale ended like that.
Manu Tuilagi has been one of the most controversial yet important figures in the England national team of Rugby in the recent years. The Samoan born rugby player is known for his big hits, sheer power and outrageous speed along with his heavy built body. He currently plays for the Leicester Tigers and earned his English cap after staying long enough in the country. All of his brothers namely - Henry, Freddie, Alesana, Anitelea, Sanele have represented Samoa in international matches. He has been living in Leicestershire since his childhood and has completed his education in the same area.
The England Rugby Team looks complete and organized ahead of their campaign this year. A number of players have come up through the Rugby Union that focuses on encouraging the domestic players and provide them enough opportunities to prove their worth.
Dan Braid, the captain of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks, has been ruled out for the remainder of the season after suffering a knee injury.
The former New Zealand international has already undergone surgery on the damaged knee, albeit a minor one, and will sit out the remaining two matches for Sale in the Premiership against the Leicester Tigers followed by the London Irish on the final day of the season.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks has announced the signing of Italian international prop player Alberto de Marchi on a contract of two years with the player turning out for the club at the end of the season.
The 28 year old, who was a part of the Italian national team in the recently concluded Six Nations Championship and played all five matches for the Italians during the competition and will be a direct replacement for the club’s England international front rower Henry Thomas who will be moving to Bath Rugby at the end of the season.
Mark Cueto is set to extend a brilliant thirteen year spell at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks by signing a new deal with the Salford based side.
Cueto, a former winger for England and the British and Irish Lions is in the last year of his current contract with the side and there was widespread speculation at the end of last season that this would be his last with the club and he would retire at the end of the term and look for a new career opportunity in the broadcast media circuit.