David Jordan Now Celtic League Director

David Jordan, Glasgow Rugby's former chief executive, has been appointed interim tournament director of the Celtic League. He succeeds Keith Grainger, who is now the SRU's commercial director.Glasgow Rugby congratulate David on his new appointment, and we wish him well in his endeavours to develop the Celtic League and Cup and to heighten the tournaments" profiles even further.David, advising the 11 Celtic League clubs of his appointment, said: "I am delighted to be able to advise that I have taken over the tournament director's position from Keith Grainger on an interim basis until the end of the season, at which time a permanent successor will be appointed."My first task is to thank Keith for all his hard work in establishing the Celtic League and Cup into the strong competitions that they have become. The fact that Ireland and Wales sit top of the Six Nations emphasises just how competitive our tournaments are."Having been a participant in these tournaments I am well aware of some of the issues that require to be developed to drive the Celtic League forward. Of particular necessity is to have stability and consistency applied to all aspects of our tournaments."John Hussey, chairman of the Celtic League Association, said: "We are delighted that David has joined the Celtic League team. His experience as former chief executive of Glasgow will be of great value. I am sure he will help us to make our league an even better competition.'david Jordan, Glasgow Rugby's former chief executive, has been appointed interim tournament director of the Celtic League. He succeeds Keith Grainger, who is now the SRU's commercial director.Glasgow Rugby congratulate David on his new appointment, and we wish him well in his endeavours to develop the Celtic League and Cup and to heighten the tournaments" profiles even further.David, advising the 11 Celtic League clubs of his appointment, said: "I am delighted to be able to advise that I have taken over the tournament director's position from Keith Grainger on an interim basis until the end of the season, at which time a permanent successor will be appointed."My first task is to thank Keith for all his hard work in establishing the Celtic League and Cup into the strong competitions that they have become. The fact that Ireland and Wales sit top of the Six Nations emphasises just how competitive our tournaments are."Having been a participant in these tournaments I am well aware of some of the issues that require to be developed to drive the Celtic League forward. Of particular necessity is to have stability and consistency applied to all aspects of our tournaments."John Hussey, chairman of the Celtic League Association, said: "We are delighted that David has joined the Celtic League team. His experience as former chief executive of Glasgow will be of great value. I am sure he will help us to make our league an even better competition."