18 Dec 14
World Rugby has confirmed the qualification process for the next Women's Rugby World Cup, to be held in 2017.
As part of Munster Rugby's continuing commitment to assist member clubs by providing new initiatives, we have entered into a partnership with a company called Shared Access Limited. Munster Rugby originally approached Shared Access because we feel that mutually beneficial agreements can be reached that would assist clubs in the development of their infrastructure, particularly floodlighting.
Shared Access is a private, well capitalised Irish company which manages communications infrastructure for wireless operators at major Irish developments such as Dundrum Shopping Centre, Dublin Port Tunnel and sports stadia such as Thomond Park and Musgrave Park amongst others. Shared Access has been the exclusive agent for the Government Office of Public Works which has responsibility for locations including Garda stations across the country. It has recently also concluded similar partnerships with the FAI, Dublin GAA, Tennis Ireland, Gala and Topaz.
Rugby Club sites including pitch floodlighting infrastructure, may prove to be suitable bases for mobile wireless equipment. Should your location prove suitable for Shared Access' clients, the company will wish to engage with you with a view to completing a survey of your Club site.
In circumstances where Shared Access secure interest from Operators and the Club agree to proceed with the installation of wireless infrastructure, the Club can expect:
By downloading and filling out the enquiry form here or by contacting Shared Access on 01 6429888 or MunsterRugby@sharedaccess.com
In summary, this is a safe and proven way for your club to benefit from a significant capital investment with the added benefit of long term annual rental income.