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Mark Wynn

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  • Birthday 23/12/1963

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  1. The Bristol based All Golds have signed a partnership agreement with French side Toulouse Olympique cover a wide range of areas of mutual benefit! It has been a real pleasure to play a part in this new partnership and looking forward to it producing results for both clubs. Click Here for the press release in English!
  2. It is a huge step forward for the All Golds this Saturday, when for the first time the club is hosting a men's & women's Double Header! The double header will be featuring The Golden Ferns, the All Golds Women's Rugby League Team, making their debut in the Betfred Women's Super League South against the Cornish Rebels. The double header will open with the All Golds Men's team taking on the Deveon Sharks in the Southern Conference League. You can take in both games for just £5!
  3. The Bristol All Golds will play in the Southern Conference League https://www.allgoldsrugby.co.uk/all-golds-and-golden-ferns-to-spearhead-fresh-rugby-league-development-in-bristol/ The Gloucestershire All Golds will play in the West of England https://www.facebook.com/AllGoldsRugbyLeague The SGS Bristol Academy All Golds will be playing in the Western 1A Division of the BUCS (Universities League) from Autumn 2021 https://www.sgscol.ac.uk/all-golds Where the Golden Ferns (Women's Team) will play is currently in discussion with the RFL as they look to expand the women's game https://www.allgoldsrugby.co.uk/golden-ferns-add-to-a-golden-future/
  4. The All Golds are recruiting for a full-time head of rugby. A fantastic opportunity for the right person as well as the game as a whole! https://www.allgoldsrugby.co.uk/full-time-head-of-rugby-development-sought/
  5. Golden Ferns add to a Golden Future The All Golds continuing development sees the launch of the Golden Ferns, a women's team based at the impressive SGS College Stoke Gifford Stadium Stadium. The Golden Ferns will look to recruit women and girls from the South West of England to get involved in Rugby League as the women's game goes through amazing growth and involvement. https://mailchi.mp/93554a5a2649/new-years-revolution-4710071
  6. The Bristol All Golds are delighted to announce the launch of their two playing kits for the 2021 season. The home black kit design, builds on and enhances the black kit which has been used historically by the All Golds. The black colour is in reference to the original “All Golds” touring team which played in the 1908 test series against the Northern Union. Further information on this series may be found at https://www.allgoldsrugby.co.uk/about/history/. The brand new alternate kit takes its colours from two important sources. The coat of arms of the historic City of Bristol includes red, blue and green. The logo for our partners South Gloucestershire and Stroud College is light blue and lime green. The club wishes to highlight these two important connections. The two kits will be used by both the Bristol All Golds, and the SGS Bristol Academy All Golds teams. These two new kits have been designed by O’Neills, and builds upon a growing relationship between them and the club. Martin Lovegrove, All Golds’ Director, says of the designs “These two stunning kits not only look good, but pay homage to both the heritage of the great game of rugby league, and to two important organisations in the progress of the club moving forward, being SGS College and the City of Bristol.” He added “We had an idea of how we would like these kits to look with regard to the colours being used, and left the suggested designs to the superb team at O’Neills who have excelled themselves with the end products.” Peter Kennedy, Sales Manager at O’Neills, adds “O’Neills congratulate the All Golds on their exciting partnership with SGS College, and their recently announced Non-Executive Director appointments. We look forward to seeing the All Golds play in these kits, and continuing to work with them to further develop rugby league in the West of England.” Both of the kits are available for sponsorship, with packages available for all locations on both the shirts and shorts of each. For more information please make contact via info@allgoldsrugby.co.uk The kits will be available to purchase from the club’s online shop early in the new year. In the meantime there is an attractive range of clothing which will make great Christmas presents available on the site, which can be found at https://www.oneills.com/uk_en/shop-by-team/rugby/rugby-league/all-golds-rlfc.html.
  7. It would be great if we could get to a point where there could be a serious challenge. Given as someone as pointed out, if you could get people like Sam Tompkins onboard I think this team could give most teams a run for their money.
  8. Within the article it identifies 4 different nations, with Jamaica being the stand out
  9. Great point! The potential strength of this team is incredible. Would certainly be competitive against the County sides
  10. Perhaps its not clear the retired players are an example of players who would have been used in the past, obviously they wouldn't play now!!! There will be players who are born in the South of England and moved North who none of us are aware of.
  11. Let’s go back to the future and build a new vision for the game! South of England XIII - a new ‘Southern Union’ (Image SWPix.com) No one can be in any doubt 2020 has been a difficult year for sport and Rugby League has been hit harder than most. But 2021 offers the sport of Rugby League, particularly the game in England with a huge opportunity to reset and rebuild thanks to the much-anticipated 2021 Rugby League World Cup. Our vision here at the All Golds is to capture the pioneering spirit of the original 1907-08 All Golds, which gave birth to International Rugby League when those pioneers came and played a test series against the ‘Northern Union,’ with the decider famously played in the south west of England. Our suggestion to the 2021 Rugby League World Cup organisers and the Rugby Football League is to form a ‘Southern Union’- a South of England XIII, made up from Rugby League players born in the south of the country built into a representative side to play a warm up fixture against one of the Rugby League World Cup Finalists, with the game played here in Bristol. We hope that Southern born players would buy into this concept and put themselves forward to play in this groundbreaking idea. The team can draw from the current Southern Based professional clubs, London Broncos, London Skolars and Coventry Bears. The team could be given a robust ‘spine’ by being supplemented by an impressive talent pool of players based in the North of England, such as Louie McCarthy Scarsbrook (St Helens), Dan Sarginson (Salford Red Devils), George Griffin & Mike McMeeken (Castleford Tigers), Josh Griffin (Hull FC), Tony Clubb (Wigan Warriors) amongst others. Other players would also become available, using retired players as an example of the potential of what may now be available, such as Leroy Rivett, Mark Calderwood and most famously, Martin Offiah as examples, all of whom were born in the South of England, there will be players playing now,such an example is current player Richard Lepori, who was born in St Albans. There will be other current players who were born ‘down south’ who we would hope to become available for representative Rugby League. To read the full idea and other All Golds information CLICK HERE
  12. I don't think the importance of this link up with SGS college can be underestimated. Rugby League embedded into the fabric of a major southern educational establishment is a major breakthrough for the game! #FirstChanceU #FirstClassU
  13. Hornets RL have a limited number of Challenge Cup Final tickets for sale priced
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