We are proud to announce that Nutrition X are the official Featherstone Rover’s nutrition partner for the 2016 Rugby League season.
Nutrition X look forward to working closely with the Featherstone Rovers to build a long-term partnership, providing the team with any relevant knowledge from the Nutrition X experts, and ensuring that the players receive the necessary sports nutrition before, during and after training as well as on match-days.
Bill Mallinson, Head of Strength and Conditioning, said of the partnership: “Having worked in the Super League for 15 seasons, I am really excited to be working with Nutrition X. I hope to realise our clubs potential, both on and off the field, by tapping into Nutrition X’s knowledge and resources, enabling me to maximize our athletes training and playing potential”.
Paul Taylor, Commercial Manager, said of the partnership: “We are delighted to link up with Nutrition X who are increasing their presence in Rugby League. They are a growing organisation with a similar ethos to ourselves. It’s important that the product is right for our players and Bill is enthusiastic about partnership and the input Nutrition X will have in 2016 which is an important season for Rovers. We look forward to working with James and his team next year and hopefully beyond.”
James Markey, Managing Director of Nutrition X, said of the partnership: “We are very proud to announce our latest partnership with Featherstone Rovers. We look forward to working closely with Bill and the players and supporting them with their nutritional requirements for the forth coming season”.
Nutrition X is powered by leading nutritionists and sports scientists, whose research and development has allowed them to remove the guess work and produce fully tested, Informed-Sport certified products that are proven to deliver exceptional results. The announcement that Nutrition X has recently become part of the Informed-Sport programme is further testament to their commitment to producing safe, quality assured products. All products within their range are tested for substances on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) list of banned substances and are safer for athletes to use.