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DOK

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Re: John Kingston finds new role
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 11-Jul-2019, 13:08* »
Link goes to a sportswear brand...

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« Reply #2 on: Thursday 11-Jul-2019, 13:52* »
It's currently the lead story on therugbypaper .co.uk

There's also a story about The Dominator having his jaw broken on two separate occasions, both against Glynneath.

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Re: John Kingston finds new role
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 11-Jul-2019, 14:01* »
He is the new Head Coach of Rams from Reading , newly promoted into Nat 1

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« Reply #4 on: Thursday 11-Jul-2019, 14:07* »
He is the new Head Coach of Rams from Reading , newly promoted into Nat 1

Not quite - he's taken a consultancy role, working with the forwards coach.
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« Reply #5 on: Thursday 11-Jul-2019, 16:34* »
He is the new Head Coach of Rams from Reading , newly promoted into Nat 1

Welsh Rugby can be brutal. I remember playing scrum half in a festival and the Welsh opposition thought it was OK to dive over rucks leading with their feet. Studs in your face is not a great thing to see when you're reaching on and thinking about your pass

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« Reply #6 on: Thursday 11-Jul-2019, 16:41* »
Nat 1? Finally found his level.
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« Reply #8 on: Thursday 11-Jul-2019, 18:16* »
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« Reply #9 on: Friday 12-Jul-2019, 09:32* »
What a fall .........

Former Harlequins supremo John Kingston is back in mainstream rugby after accepting a consultancy role with newly-promoted National One outfit Rams.

Kingston, who left his job as rugby director at Quins in May 2018, will work with forwards coach Owen Root as the Reading-based side build towards making an impact at their highest ever level after storming to last seasonís National Two South title.

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Re: John Kingston finds new role
« Reply #10 on: Friday 12-Jul-2019, 10:35* »
Nat 1? Finally found his level.
I find that offensive actually JK was Head coach of Quins for a number of years including the year we won the Premiership.  He may not have been a good DOR but in my opinion he was a good head coach.
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« Reply #11 on: Friday 12-Jul-2019, 12:10* »
What a fall .........


Don't see it as a ' fall ' at all - good business by Rams to get the experience of Prem Coach on a part time / occasional basis .

Its not a full time job , his main business is with Taylor Woodcock Kingston , a Sports Agency
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Re: John Kingston finds new role
« Reply #12 on: Friday 12-Jul-2019, 12:18* »
What a fall ........

Bish is back with a thud...

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« Reply #13 on: Friday 12-Jul-2019, 13:11* »
Bish is back with a thud...

And a dull one at that...
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Re: John Kingston finds new role
« Reply #14 on: Friday 12-Jul-2019, 13:27* »
Cambridge have Rams first up - will be interesting to see how the scrum goes.

 

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