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- Peter Bills: ERC’s lack of action is dispiriting
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- Kidney to receive honorary doctorate
Peter Bills: ERC’s lack of action is dispiriting
Harlequins a club that has dragged rugby union’s uniquely special name into the gutter of the sporting world have escaped a ban from the Heineken Cup despite the appalling antics of some of their employees. After all are we not entitled to view the entire episode and behaviour of the London club as a conspiracy to defraud? Related articles.
Heineken USA Kicks ff 18th Year of US pen Sponsorship by Acing …
As Heineken USA enters its 18th year of sponsoring the US pen it willleverage the momentum of its national philanthropic program — “Heinekenwith a Heart” — to raise funds for USTA Serves the philanthropic arm ofthe USTA. USTA Serves uses tennis as a vehicle to encourage kids to pursuetheir dreams by succeeding in school and becoming responsible citizens. The “Heineken with a Heart” event which will take place on Aug. 25 at theUSTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center will bring together membersof the tennis and New York area community 21+ for an evening of socializingand support for a noble local cause. Attendees will also have theopportunity to bid on a number of sports and entertainment memorabilia andexperiences with all proceeds benefiting USTA Serves.
Kidney to receive honorary doctorate
“This style of leadership has continually produced outstanding results for Declan and is distinctive in the sporting world” he said. As well as being Munster team head coach from 2000 to 2002 Kidney also held positions coaching the Ireland under 19s team which won the FIRA (Fédération Internationale de Rugby Amateur) World Cup in 1998 after which he spent a brief period as assistant coach to the Irish rugby team. He rejoined Munster as their coach in 2005 leading the team to a Heineken Cup win that year. Kidney won the 2006 Philips Sports Manager of the Year award. n May 24th 2008 he coached the Munster squad to victory in the Heineken Cup once again. A former mathematics teacher in Cork he was appointed as Ireland coach in July 2008. He went on to coach the Irish team to win the Grand Slam and Triple Crown in Cardiff on March 21st 2009 in his first year in the job.
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