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Chief executive of the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Trust, appointed in December 2012.
14:04, 24 JUL 2013
Vaughan moves closer to Vikings deal
CHESTER CITY owner Stephen Vaughan moved a step closer to taking over Widnes Vikings rugby league club last night after a "constructive" meeting with the former Super League club's secretary-director Jim Quinn.
Legal bid to keep Vikings up dropped
COUNCIL chiefs have pulled the plug on planned legal action against the Rugby Football League at the eleventh hour following the Vikings' relegation from Super League.
Down & out!
WIDNES Vikings are counting the cost of relegation from Super League, which will leave the club nearly £1m out of pocket.
Chairman hints at post's uncertainty
VIKINGS Chairman Tony Chambers has gave the strongest hint so far that the general manager's position at the club rests on Widnes' Super League status.
What a relief!
VIKINGS chairman Tony Chambers revealed his ecstasy after his club managed to avoid relegation on the final day of the regular Super League season.
Vikings face huge losses
WIDNES chairman Tony Chambers today revealed the club stands to lose up to £1m if the Vikings are relegated from Super League.
Kelly's hall of shame
VIKINGS boss Kelly ordered his first team stars to attend a 'parade of shame' after the club fell to the worst defeat in its 109-year history.
WIDNES Vikings coach Neil Kelly will today discover whether he has a future at the club.
Festive gift in line for fans
VIKINGS fans could see their promotion-winning heroes back in action sooner than expected.
Super Vikings get the nod
WIDNES Vikings were on top of the world yesterday after their return to the big time was confirmed when a Super League panel rubber-stamped their entry to rugby's elite division.
Vikings join millionaire club
WIDNES Vikings could stand to win an extra £1.3m income over the next two years from a major TV sponsorship deal if the club's bid for Super League status gets the green light.