TACTICAL GROUP is proud to be a major sponsor of the North Harbour Rays for the 2015 NRC (National Rugby Championship) Season.

The season opener for the Rays will be on Saturday 22nd August against the Sydney Stars at Manly Oval (3pm AEST).

The 2015 NRC will see nine teams playing 39 games across 22 venues all over the country in 11 weeks of fast-moving, free-flowing Rugby that will excite fans while also giving them a glimpse at some of the game’s future stars.

Richard Campbell (Director of Tactical Group) said “As a young and growing business, we hold a strong belief that our culture and sustained success requires us to participate beyond the corporate realm and get behind community and charitable initiatives. We love our rugby, and see a partnership with the North Harbour Rays and the NRC as our small contribution to the growth of the sport in Australia and promoting greater opportunity for upcoming talent”. 

Last week, it was announced that FOX SPORTS would broadcast all 39 games of the 2015 Buildcorp National Rugby Championship LIVE on its suite of platforms. Each week, FOX SPORTS Channel 502 will show one game LIVE each Thursday with the three remaining clashes from the round will be streamed LIVE via foxsports.com.au (web and mobile) and FOX SPORTS Now via Apple TV.

Steve Ryan (Director of Tactical Group) added "The 'Tactical' name was conceived largely around the running game – tactics exploit gaps in a strategic field to generate outcomes. The way we do business is very similar to the way the Rays play the game – smart, considered, passionately, and unified as a team to break-through and achieve our objectives”.

The first match at Manly Oval this Saturday is open to the public and tickets can be bought at the gate.

For further information please contact Fanny Charles (fcharles@tacticalgroup.com.au).



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