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Mission Statement...

No matter what your rugby aspirations are as a player or coach, HQ Rugby Consultancy will help you achieve your goal.

28 years experience
career highlights:

England Saxons Assistant Coach
Bristol Rugby Head Coach
Bristol Rugby Academy Manager
England Senior Tours - Argentina & South Africa
Captained England Saxons
RFU Level V Coach

Meet The Team

Paul Hull

Paul Hull Head Coach

Paul's senior rugby playing career started and finished at Bristol Rugby Club, transitioning through the amateur era whilst serving in the Royal Air Force to being a full time professional. He Captained Bristol and played for England at U19’s, U21’s and Saxons before gaining his first full international cap in 1994.

During the later stages of playing he began his coaching career, and soon after retiring became one of the first Rugby Football Union Academy Managers. After four years as Academy Manager at Bristol Rugby, he joined London Irish in the Premiership as their Assistant first team Coach and after two seasons he returned back to Bristol Rugby as Assistant Coach. He then went onto become Head Coach firstly in the Premiership then at Championship level. Email: paulhull@hqrugby.com

Simon Martin

Simon Martin Senior Coach

Simon played for England U21's and over 80 1st team games for Bristol Rugby. He has coached at National League level and currently is assistant coach at Bridgwater RFC and Director of Rugby at Bridgwater College. Email: info@hqrugby.com

Blue Sky Sports

Blue Sky Sports Physiotherapy

Run by highly qualified sports physiotherapists. All physiotherapists have gained Masters Qualifications with distinction in Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy. The staff have all worked with sport teams at elite level including Premiership Rugby Teams, England Rugby, England Netball and GB Swimming. Email: info@hqrugby.com

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