Talanoa 2018-09-28T14:46:11+13:00
Pacific Rugby Players (PRP) has today announced Junior Fatialofa, Marion Salvaudon and former All Black Joe Rokocoko as the latest additions to its global team. The trio have been appointed as Player Relationship Managers (PRMs). Former Bristol centre Fatialofa’s role, which is full-time and based in England, will see him working closely with the nine-strong team of Personal Development Managers (PDMs) employed by the Rugby Players’ Associations (RPA). It follows the signing of a formal
Former All Black Joe Rokocoko has joined the Pacific Rugby Players association (PRP) in a pivotal role supporting Pacific Island rugby players based in France. Rokocoko has joined PRP as a Player Relationship Manager – a role that manages the welfare of Pacific Islanders playing rugby in clubs and competitions throughout Europe. As well as assisting players adjust to life in France, Rokocoko’s role will see him strengthen connections with the services and education available
We are excited to announce our partnership with Canterbury NZ which allows us to support players career opportunities across the globe. Player personal development for our players is stepping up a level. This partnership between Pacific Rugby Players and Canterbury is not about clothing and apparel, its about opening up the doors to work experience opportunites and careers in sports sales, marketing and beyond for our members. Go here to ensure you are a member
PRP Chairman Hale T Pole, CEO Aayden Clarke with Manu Samoa capatin Chris Vui and board members Seilala Mapusua and Jack Lam during November 2017 tour team visit. Pacific Rugby Players – the official representative body of Pacific Island players across the globe – has announced former Tongan International Hale T Pole as its new Chairman with Aayden Clarke taking over as Chief Executive of the organisation.   The appointments come as the organisation ramps up
Pacific Rugby Players, the official players body for Fiji, Tonga and Samoa, has signed a major deal with French players association, Provale, which will assist Pacific Island players living in France. The Memorandum of Association (MoU) will see players receive support with personal development and welfare through the two associations. This includes help with the transition in and out of French professional rugby, financial management and tax assistance, career development and education, mental health services and