London Irish RFC converts investment to €291k profit
Irish-owned club led by businessman Mick Crossan saw profits rise 50 per cent
London Irish RFC, the Irish-owned London-based rugby club led by businessman Mick Crossan, saw its profits rise 50 per cent to €291,586 last year, latest accounts show.
The London Irish Consortium, the investment holding company behind the rugby club, posted £248,723 in profits for the year ended June 30, 2016.
In 2013, the club was bought by a London-based consortium of Irish businessmen led by Crossan, the executive chairman of the club’s primary sponsor Powerday, one of Britain’s...
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