The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) are proud to have one of their academic staff members involved with the NRL Harvey Norman All-Stars 2020 game played at CBUS Stadium, Gold Coast on Saturday 22nd February.
Dr Trevor Clark, who joined ICMS last year as ICMS Associate Dean: Specialisations, is the High Performance Manager with the New Zealand Māori Rugby League Team. His team tallied a final score of 30 to emerge victorious in the clash against the Indigenous All-Stars, who posted a score of 16.
“I am very privileged to be involved with this fantastic event. It brings together two cultures across two vastly different landscapes, united through sport,” Dr Clark said.
“My role involves daily monitoring of player performance, recovery, nutrition and well-being.”
Dr Clark played professionally in the United Kingdom for Leeds, Featherstone and Bradford amassing 275 games over a career spanning 12 years.
While in the UK he graduated with Honours and Master’s degrees from Beckett University in Leeds. Dr Clark graduated with a PhD from Massey University, specialising in sport and Māori health. His youngest son, Mitch, is currently playing for the Wigan Warriors in Super League.
For more information on the NRL Harvey Norman All-Stars 2020, click here: https://www.nrl.com/
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