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Who is Warrington coach?

Daryl PowellWarrington Wolves / Coach

Wests Tigers is an NRL club based in the Inner West and South Western Sydney. The club was formed at the end of the 1999 NRL season as a result of a joint-venture between the Balmain Tigers and Western Suburbs Magpies.

NRL Privately Owned Clubs:

1876 Introduction. Warrington Wolves rugby league football club has a long and illustrious history as one of the most prominent and successful clubs in the sport. Founded in 1876 , they were one of the original clubs that seceded the Rugby Football Union in 1895 to form the code of football now known as rugby league.

Why is Warrington Wolves called the wire?

Founded as Warrington Zingari Football Club in 1876, they are one of the original twenty-two clubs that formed the Northern Rugby Football Union in 1895 and the only one that has played every season in the top flight. They are nicknamed "The Wire" in reference to the wire-drawing industry in the town .

The Halliwell Jones Stadium is a rugby league stadium in Warrington, England, which is the home ground of the Warrington Wolves. ... Halliwell Jones Stadium. OwnerWarrington WolvesOperatorWarrington WolvesCapacity15,200Record attendance15,008 (Warrington vs Widnes 25 March 2016)ConstructionHalliwell Jones Stadium - Wikipedia › wiki › Halliwell_Jones_Stadium

Originally formed as Warrington Zingari, they adopted the town name alone at the end of their inaugural season following the demise on an earlier Warrington club . 120 years later, they officially appended Wolves to their name.

With a combined membership of more than 125,000 , each club provides a wide range of activities for members, their families and guests.

Who is the owner of Sydney Roosters?

Nicholas George Politis AM (born 1944) is an Australian businessman and chairman of the Sydney Roosters in the National Rugby League (NRL) competition. ... Nick Politis. Nick Politis AMYears active1974–presentBoard member ofSydney Roosters AP Eagers WFM Motors Motor Traders' Association of NSWNick Politis - Wikipedia › wiki › Nick_Politis

NRL Privately Owned Clubs: Canberra (100%) Manly-Warringah (87%m Penn, 13% Manly) Melbourne (100%) South Sydney (75% Crowe/Packer, 25% Member Co.)

Penrith Panthers Club informationGround(s)BlueBet Stadium Penrith, New South Wales (22,500)CEOBrian FletcherChairmanPeter GrahamCoachIvan ClearyPenrith Panthers - Wikipedia › wiki › Penrith_Panthers

Elias is currently a member of the Wests Tigers Board along with former teammate Paul Sironen. He is also a member of the advisory board of the Perth Glory FC.

Who owns the Penrith Panthers?

The team is based 55 km (34 mi) west of the centre of Sydney, at the foot of the Blue Mountains. Penrith are the current reigning NRL Premiers, having won the title three times. ... Penrith Panthers. Club informationGround(s)BlueBet Stadium Penrith, New South Wales (22,500)CEOBrian FletcherChairmanPeter GrahamCoachIvan ClearyPenrith Panthers - Wikipedia › wiki › Penrith_Panthers

Current clubs ClubOwner(s)Estimated net worth ($AUD millions)Melbourne StormMatt Tripp (50%) Bart Campbell (30%) Gerry Ryan (20%)Newcastle KnightsWestern Suburbs (N'cle) Leagues Club Limited (100%)290New Zealand WarriorsAutex Industries (100%)6.0North Queensland CowboysCowboys Leagues Club LtdList of NRL club owners - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_NRL_club_owners

The NRL currently consists of sixteen clubs . Nine clubs are based within the Greater Sydney area (including one that also represents the Illawarra region south of Sydney), another in regional New South Wales, three in Queensland, and one each in Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory, and New Zealand.

Super League ClubOwner(s)Source of wealthHull F.C.Adam Pearson (100%)Business manHull Kingston RoversNeil HudgellHudgell solicitorsLeeds RhinosPaul Caddick (76%) Gary Hetherington (24%)Caddick Construction SalesmanSalford Red DevilsCommunity Club (100%)List of Super League rugby league club owners - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_Super_League_rugby_league_club_own...

Who is in charge of rugby league?

Clare Balding OBE became the 30th President of the Rugby Football League in July 2020, succeeding Tony Adams MBE on a two-year term - which was extended by an additional six months, to December 2022, to reflect the postponement of RLWC2021.