The Australian has had a long and successful coaching career, winning trophies both domestically and internationally, having also spent time coaching in England.
This change comes in time for the upcoming RBS Six Nations Championships which once again sees top flight international matches hosted at Twickenham, the largest dedicated Rugby Union venue in the world, as well as a selection of superb match-day offerings provided by official hospitality partner Keith Prowse.
Hospitality experiences include the St. George’s Suite, which serves a four-course menu exclusively designed by Michelin-starred chef, Jason Atherton. Located in the East Stand, all guests have easy access to their official category one seats.
Other hospitality experiences include the private Wakefield's Boxes, providing an ideal setting from which to entertain, offering category one seating directly outside your box. Whereas, Rugby House, within the new South Stand offers unrivalled match day hospitality, including category one seats, acclaimed guest speakers and a four course lunch, all held in a suite or on your own private table.
Andy Vinsen, COO at Keith Prowse, says: “We want to encourage people to head down to the home of England Rugby and get behind the team as they begin what promises to be an exciting new challenge. Everyone at Keith Prowse will be looking forward to seeing the new management, whilst continuing to offer a hospitality experience which lives up to the atmosphere of one of the world’s greatest sporting venues.”