John Mitchell has returned prematurely to South Africa for personal reasons
Brian Kennedy commented, " John was brought in on a consultancy basis with a view to the possibility of being employed in a longer term position within Sale Sharks. He has had to return to South Africa for personal reasons which we respect. We are grateful for his valuable and insightful contributions albeit for a shorter term than envisaged. Steve Diamond, Bryan Redpath and Pete Anglesea will continue to coach the side, implementing many of John's ideas, and building on last nights excellent performance."
Sharks Community Trust are looking for two enthusiastic and inspiring team players who have proven ability to plan and deliver high quality rugby/sporting and classroom based activities. You will combine your passion for sport with strong organisational, communication and administrative skills. As well as being a coach/mentor, you will also require the ability to engage positively and build relationships with challenging young people.
A-level Business and Sports Science students at Wellacre Academy in Flixton were treated to a Sale Sharks training session and then meet their favourite player Danny Cipriani. The students had been learning how to develop sports branding for their Young Enterprise business 'Glowbal'.