RUGBY PLAYERS OF IRELAND (RPI)
The Rugby Players of Ireland (RPI) is the representative body for all professional rugby players in Ireland. Their key objectives is to represent, develop and engage professional rugby players, during their professional rugby career and prepare them for life after rugby.
LIMOR is proud to announce that Rugby Players of Ireland (RPI) have joined the conspiracy as an official partner of the app.
Starting this August(2018), Rugby Players of Ireland will air their new podcast - ‘Rugby Players of Ireland Experience’ on the LIMOR app. The podcast is hosted by Dennis Hurley (former Munster player and RPI Operations Manager) and Richard McElwee(RPI Communications Manager) Listen to the podcast on the official RPI LIMOR profile - @rugbyplayersIRE
In an excerpt from the RPI’s promotional video, Rob Kearney (Ireland & Leinster Rugby) explains what roles the RPI plays in the lives of professional rugby players in Ireland;
“Rugby Players of Ireland is the collective voice for professional rugby players in Ireland, and is a world leading players association, that represents issues on players in the game on the importance then prioritising welfare, and advocating rights at all times”
Through their develop program RPI encourages players to fulfil their potential on/off the field, so they can succeed both as a professional athlete and be successful as individuals, while interests away from the game have a positive influence on performance.
Retirement can happen overnight. Growing and learning with the RPI means they can leave the game on their own terms.
RPI helps professional rugby players become more rounded individuals, and make the transition into retirement less daunting through the support and experience of the RPI player organisation and network”
- Rob Kearny - RPI Chairman
Episode one is now available on the LIMOR app.
Follow the RPI on LIMOR - @rugbyplayersIRE
To find out more about the RPI visit their website HERE