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Match Reports at Minety RFC
Jack presents the winners trophy
Minety's fighting spirit, which saw them win the Dorset and Wilts Vase earlier in the season, shone through and, after Garland was tackled in mid field, fly half Jack Ward cleared out an attacker allowing flanker Brown to pick up and race through from 30 metres. Man of the Match: Jack Ward Date: Saturday 23rd April 2016. Kick off 3pm Garland spread play out to fly half Jack Ward, whose perfectly timed pass set Roberts away. With centres Jack Ward and Matt Roberts always a threat and full back Dave Church and winger Dale Langdown willing to run at the Supermarine defence, Minety regained control of the match as the half drew to an end only for another long range penalty to give the home team a narrow 6 - 3 lead at half time. With scrum half Duncan Simpson prompting Minety on, the villagers finally scored when hooker Tom Claxton found himself on the end of a fine move involving centre Jack Ward and second row Ben Scott. Corsham were reduced to 14 men after a stamping offence but Minety lost Ward to a yellow card soon after. The decision looked a wise one when, after just 2 minutes, scrum half Will Mason fed fly half Tom McAllister whose kick over the Swindon defence was chased down by man of the match, inside centre Jack Ward. Ward was instrumental in Minety's second try in the 9th minute. Ripping the ball from Swindon in midfield, Ward passed to flanker Stephen Brown who timed his pass to winger Luke Radcliffe perfectly. Once again, Ward broke free in his own half, beating two defenders before drawing the full back and passing to winger David Cooke, who raced in from 25 metres out to touch down. Man of the Match: Jack Ward Date: Saturday 16th January 2016. Kick off 2.15pm Jack Ward attacks early on in the game Jack Ward attacks early on in the game When flanker Jack Ward was tackled without the ball in a clear try scoring opportunity Minety were denied the chance to go ahead but on 57 minutes a rare attacking move from Gosford saw a penalty try awarded after a tackle within feet of the touchline was deemed dangerous. After centre Luke Radcliffe and flanker James Stuart had gone close, Max Sparrow took advantage of a tap penalty to take the Supermarine defence by surprise and race through for the first try, which fly half Jack Ward converted. The result was almost sealed in the 31st minute when strong running from Ward, full back Dale Langdown and Stuart carved the Supermarine defence open to allow centre Matt Roberts to score, with Ward converting. Ward kicked a penalty to extend the lead yet further before, in the 49th minute winger David Cooke scored the bonus point winning 4th try close to the posts after a move that featured all of the backs and most of the Minety forwards. Supermarine hit back with a converted try in the 55th minute before Ward kicked another penalty to extend the lead to 34-5. Jack Ward converts 1st half penalty to bring scores level at 6 -6 before half time. The home team raced into an nearly lead when scrum half Max Sparrow bagged the first of a hat trick of tries with Jack Ward adding the conversion from far out on the left. Playing downhill in the first half, Minety raced into a 10 - 0 lead with tries from Jack Ward and Steve Brown. Minety had to defend for lengthy periods of the game and lost Jack Ward to the sin bin and Ashley Windle after a clash of heads but, against the run of play, Gareth Graham scored for the home side after a break out and Garland slotted the conversion. Jack Ward A Garin Garland penalty reduced the arrears mid way through the half and this seemed to spur the home side into action. A slick backs move involving Jack Ward and Max Sparrow saw the latter sprint through for Minety's opening try, converted by Garland. Minety started the second half in a much more positive fashion with Jack Ward scoring after a fine move along the back line saw play close to the Corsham line on the left wing. Ward scored his second try of the match after crashing through a tiring Corsham defence before Harry Neal scored under the post, picking up from a ruck and holding off two tackles for the bonus point winning try. No 8 Pete Roberts was forced off with a head injury and Jack Ward stepped up from outside centre. A quick ruck ensued and the ball was moved to inside centre Jack Ward who crashed over for the try. Three conversions and two penalty goals from skipper Jack Ward completed the job for Minety, while the home side could only manage a single unconverted try in response.
Securing a steady supply of ball and distributing it even handedly, Minety attacked on all fronts and it wasn't long before winger Ryan Dowling was flitting past his opponents for a try, which skipper Jack Ward converted.
The visitors tackled doggedly but could not prevent Ward from bursting through for a try under the posts. His conversion of his own try took Minety's tally to 31 points, but though they returned to the attack, this time they spilled the ball deep in Bassett's 22 metre area. Clarence was onto it in a trice and showed astonishing acceleration as he jinked and swerved his way through the home team before running the length of the pitch to score. Attempting to clear their lines, the visitors only succeeded in kicking the ball straight to Ward, who promptly set his three quarters moving again.
Contacts at Minety RFC
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Jack F. Ward
Board of Directors Jack F. Ward Jack Ward served as chairman and chief executive officer of Russell Corporation, a $1.4 billion international sporting goods company, from April 1998 until August 2006. Ward began his career with Procter & Gamble and H.J. Heinz and joined the L'eggs division of Hanes Corporation in 1972. Read Bio Jack Ward served as chairman and chief executive officer of Russell Corporation, a $1.4 billion international sporting goods company, from April 1998 until August 2006. Ward began his career with Procter & Gamble and H.J. Heinz and joined the L'eggs division of Hanes Corporation in 1972. In 1992, he was appointed Senior Vice President of Sara Lee Corporation, the acquirer of Hanes Corporation, and named Chief Executive Officer of the multi-billion dollar Hanes Group of companies in 1993. Ward is a member of The Board of Directors for the Atlantic Capital Bank. He is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Goizueta Business School at Emory University, the Board of Trustees for Salem College, the Board of Councilors of The Carter Center, the Board of Governors for The Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, and the Foundation Board for the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. Ward has served on a number of Boards of Directors for public and private corporations and was a past chairman of the American Apparel and Footwear Association (AAFA). In 2004, he was one of the 10 national business leaders recognized by the Diversity Best Practices and Business Women's network for his outstanding commitment to diversity. He is a frequent speaker on the subjects of ethics, diversity and corporate responsibility. Currently he serves as Executive-in-Residence for The Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility for the J. Mack Robinson School of Business, Georgia State University.
Board Of Directors | Bob Foster's Blog
Now, three board members; Ken Lewis, CEO; O. Temple Sloan, lead director; and Jackie Ward, director, are up for reelection, and the investment group is asking shareholders to vote these incumbents out and bring in new blood.