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The Rugby Site welcomes Rhino Rugby and Powa Products to the team Posted over 2 years ago

We are excited to announce a new partnership with world leading technical equipment supplier Rhino Rugby and its sister company, New Zealand based Powa Products. As Official Equipment Suppliers to The Rugby Site they will now offer complimentary access to online coaching courses on The Rugby Site to customers purchasing equipment.

Martin Johnson, Rhino Rugby shareholder said of The Rugby Site partnership: “This is a fantastic site – in a very short time it’s become a world leading coaching tool for not only coaches but players as well. You can purchase the world’s leading equipment from Rhino and Powa and then get complimentary access to the relevant videos on The Rugby Site. It’s a powerful combination.”

Rhino and Powa are leading the way with innovative scrum and breakdown training equipment, and now qualifying products will also include vouchers to access coaching courses on The Rugby Site. Access to coaching advice from world class rugby minds alongside the best equipment can help coaches and players of all levels to progress their game.

The Rugby Site and both Rhino and Powa are excited about the partnership:
”Brendon Ratcliffe, The Rugby Site CEO and founder said: “We’re excited to partner with both Rhino Rugby and Powa Products, they are the trusted equipment brand used throughout the world and The Rugby Site is the trusted provider of online player and coach education globally. It is a natural fit to combine the best coaching products with the best education resource.”

Robert Taylor, Managing Director of Powa also commented: “Powa is delighted, together with our partner Rhino, to be Official Suppliers of training equipment to The Rugby Site. Together we are committed to producing cutting edge products which deal with the latest developments in the game and this partnership with The Rugby Site will enhance our interface with the world’s best coaches and players”.

Find out more on how to access The Rugby Site coaching courses with qualifying Rhino and Powa products.

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