Rugby they don’t do! Administration they try to!
Head of Marketing & Communication
Brian was a late entrant on to the rugby field, after a successful sporting career as a footballer.
Over his 11 years at the Club, he has played for the senior teams representing 1st and 2nd XV.
Brian was also part of a successful coaching team overseeing the 2nd XV for some 5 years gaining two league promotions along the way.
He’s been a member of the Exec committee for some 6 years and currently coaches the U8’s.
During non rugby time Brian is busy in the construction and graphic design industry.
He puts his youthful good looks down to plentiful consumption of Guinness.
A former Hutton Grammar School captain and Hopper, playing senior Rugby for Preston Grasshoppers from 1986 to 2000. Working in Hong Kong for 13 years allowed Ian to play for the HK Police as well as coaching roles with DEA Tigers, SCAA Causeway Bay and Hong Kong.
Ian is a founding partner of property development company and asset management company Bricks Group.
When not at the Club or working claims he’s a half decent chef.
An integral part of the Club’s development, Barry has been with the Club since 1991, one year after its formation and has enjoyed watching his lads play here too.
He has performed the roles of, and in many cases more than once, Chairman – Mini & Juniors, Club Secretary and Club Chairman.
When he’s not wrestling with GMS and RFU directives, Barry is a very keen cyclist and enjoys his classic cars.
More often than not Barry will be the first point of contact for new and existing membership enquiries.
After a successful Rugby League career including Wigan Warriors, John discovered beer and has been serving beer and drinking it since as early as 1983.
Known amongst similar , he is known as the Stella Man, so is well placed to become our very own Beer Sommelier.
John has made the switch from League to Union to take over and oversee the Club’s hospitality provision quickly making an impact with the introduction of the Club’s very own lager, TRU Lager.
When not procuring, keeping the pipes clean and helping the bar crew, John’s hobbies include professional wedding photography.
He is also renowned for pulling or pushing the odd HGV.
Whilst Ray is the Club’s appointed Physiotherapist, he arrived at Carr Lane having played rugby at Club and County level and for Cardiff Uni.
Ray qualified as Physiotherapist in 1983 and has over 38 years experience in the treatment of injury and dysfunction, also including Neuro-musculoskeletal Medicine and Sports Related Injury and Rehabilitation.
He is the Founder and Director of SPS Clinics Ltd.
Ray has and continues to work with a wide variety of sports as well as nationalities.
Outside of Rugby Ray is an avid writer of poetry, recently publishing his own book. He is also a very accomplished orator. Often found at the end of the evening propping up tables when everyone has left.
A Rugby graduate of Hutton Grammar School, as well as playing the round ball game with aplomb and badminton and squash too.
Tony’s playing days were curtailed due to a dodgy hip, but having gone bionic now enjoys playing golf, swimming, paddle boarding and hiking regularly. Think we’ll all get a new hip.
Tony adds a wealth of commercial experience to the team from his current role as Operations and HR Director at James Hall & Co.
He has also held the positions of Trustee at Hutton GS, as well as being chairman of his local scouts and avid local football team coach.
Whilst not being active with wife Michelle, and driving the Clubs commercial functions Tony also enjoys international travel and great holidays both beach and skiing. Just don’t follow him through security at the airport – he always sets the alarm off!