Story: Amateurism and professionalism

Professional players' representative Rob Nichol, 2012

Professional players' representative Rob Nichol, 2012

Rob Nichol (right), chief executive of the New Zealand Rugby Players' Association, offers reassurance in 2012 to Chris Moller of the Otago Rugby Union, which was then technically insolvent. Nichol has primarily represented rugby players, but has also worked with netballers, hockey players and cricketers, and chaired the New Zealand Athletes Federation. 

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Geoff Watson, 'Amateurism and professionalism - Growth of professionalism', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/38015/professional-players-representative-rob-nichol-2012 (accessed 10 July 2020)

Story by Geoff Watson, published 5 Sep 2013