New York City Knights assistant Head Coach Brett Delaney has been appointed the Director of Rugby at New Earswick All Blacks.
Delaney will have a number of roles with the Yorkshire Men’s League side. The 36-year-old will help out with the coaches of all age groups, and work commercially to enhance the image of the side.
The All Blacks play in the Premier Division of the Yorkshire Men’s League. They finished seventh in 2021, in what was a revised season.
Delaney wants to make a difference
Speaking to the club website, Delaney said: “Obviously speaking with Jack, the Chairman, and having a few conversations back and forward, I truly believe I can have an impact on growing and expanding the New Earswick All Blacks.
“Community clubs are the heartbeat of the local area. With Rugby League we can truly make a difference to the surrounding area.
“I can’t wait to meet everyone and if you see me around please come and introduce yourself and say hello. I am really excited to become part of this journey that the club is taking.”
All Blacks Chairman Jack Stearman added: “It is amazing to have someone of Brett’s stature wanting to come to the club to help us improve and grow.
“We are in the process of putting together new ideas and strategies. Brett will add a whole wealth of experience to help develop these ideas and take NEAB forward.
“We are really excited that Brett is working with us and looking forward to what the future holds.”