Alistair Davis moved to London in June 2007 after five months backpacking through South America and the Caribbean. Originally hailing from the Sutherland Shire of Sydney, Alistair took up Tag Rugby in 2003, winning the Cronulla Oztag D grade competition at first attempt. Alistair, who has a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Applied Statistics from Macquarie University (Sydney), has spent five years working professionally for the NSW Fire Brigade and Transport for London as an Analyst.
Phillip Browne moved to London in March 2009 to take up the role as Chief Executive Officer with the London Skolars RLFC. Phillip grew up in the Manly Warringah district of Sydney, Australia. Phillip has been involved in sport for many years having represented Fiji in Rugby League, Manly in Rugby Union and Sydney North at the NSW Tennis titles. Phillip was previously a National Rugby League (NRL) accredited player agent while managing a sports management company for four years. He has also worked at the NSWRL Academy and the Fiji National Rugby League.
"Tag Rugby is already a huge sport in Australia, New Zealand and Ireland. This sport will definitely take off in the UK; it's fast, exciting and best of all, anyone can play it!"