Ewan swaps the Isle of Arran for the Bay of Plenty

On the 11th of June 2013, Ewan Bulger was announced as the first recipient of the Coach Logic Scholarship which includes return flights to New Zealand and a month’s worth of top coaching and conditioning at the Inside Running Academy based in the Bay of Plenty. With a population of just 5,058, 18 year old Isle of Arran resident Ewan Bulger feels like one in a million having wonRead more

#CLP2P – and the winner is….

Ewan Bulger is the 2013 Coach Logic Rugby Scholarship to New Zealand winner in partnership with the Inside Running Academy. After being selected onto our top 5 short listed applicants Ewan produced the following YouTube video to make one more lasting impression with the guys at the Inside Running Academy.     You can view the other top 5 short listed players videos here. This video along with Ewan’sRead more

#CLP2P – Luke Myatt – Player Profile

Luke currently plays his rugby as a prop, he can cover both sides of the scrum, for Bon-y-maen FirstXV and Swansea University. He would regard himself as a ball-playing prop, but first and foremost acknowledges “I am a strong scrummager who loves to work.” He has a number of representative honours in Wales, but identifies his greatest moment being when he played for Swansea University at the Millennium StadiumRead more

#CLP2P – Matthew Waugh – Player Profile

Matthew Waugh Rugby has taken Matt on a journey across both codes and 3 continents and he definitely has the most diverse rugby experience of our 5 short listed players. His first love was rugby league and he played this code in Australia until the age of 12 when he moved to Hong Kong due to parental work commitments. As rugby union is more prevalent than league in HongRead more

#CLP2P – Burhan Torgut – Player Profile

Burhan Torgut Burhan currently plays international rugby at scrum half for Cyprus who hold the world record for most number of consecutive wins. Cyprus overtook New Zealand with 18 consecutive wins when they beat Bulgaria on the 16th March 2013. He is currently studying at Cardiff Metropolitan University (UWIC) and recently collected the ‘Fresher of the year’ award. Burhan’s favourite rugby moment caught our eye and showed off hisRead more

#CLP2P – Ewan Bulger – Player Profile

Ewan Bulger Ewan has represented Scotland at U17 and U18 level and is part of the Glasgow Regional Academy. He lives off the west coast of Scotland on the Isle of Arran and all of us at Coach Logic have been extremely impressed with his level of commitment to reach his dream of being a professional player. Ewan said… “Although 6’6 and 96kg there are stronger players, there areRead more

CL Rugby Scholarship – Application Details

‘LIVE THE DREAM’ At Coach Logic we are continually looking for new and innovative ways to give people with ambition the opportunity to maximise their potential and ultimately achieve their goals. The launch of our website www.coach-logic.com in November 2012 was only the start of this mission and since then we have also built up a number of partnerships to offer our users discounts on top professional brands toRead more

Scholarship Announcement

Coach Logic Scholarship: In partnership with Inside Running Academy For those of you who have been following us on Twitter and Facebook over the past few days, you may (should) have a fair idea of what we have to offer through our partnership with Inside Running. For those of you that don’t then we will explain exactly what is up for grabs through scholarship programme. As we hope weRead more

Ben Cairns – ‘How quickly things in professional sport can change – ‘Getting back on track’

The rest of week four was tough, I was back in my den unable to do much at all except ice and the whole time I felt my knee was getting weaker again, as if all the work I had done to this point was for nothing and I was back to square one. This, of course, was not the case. Although I was going backwards a little inRead more

Ben Cairns – ‘How quickly things in professional sport can change – Progress’

Day one post op started with the surgeon’s rounds and, as previously indicated, he was happy with how it went. Before I could leave the hospital there were a couple of things that needed to happen. Firstly, my leg had been in a splint all night, covered in yellow iodine solution to limit the risk of infection, so the dressings would need to be changed before I could leave.Read more

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