Looking for effective representation to help you navigate a path through the minefield that is Professional Sport?
Then TC Sports Management is the organisation for you.
Specialising in Rugby, Athletics, Cricket and Netball, our culture is deeply rooted in developing and maintaining strong relationships with all our clients. Indeed we place emphasis on the Management aspect of our role, rather than just as “Agent”.
Tim Castle and Tom Castle are skilled and experienced in helping players and athletes chart a successful career path and achieve great Business and Life skill outcomes on the journey.
The TC Sports Management Path
No two people are the same in any aspect of life, whether its Sports, Family or Business. We take that into account in our approach. Here are some of the ways TC Sports Management can assist as Managers and Agents to continually grow our clients’ skills and brands;
- Facilitation of playing contracts in New Zealand and globally;
- Sourcing and negotiating marketing opportunities including Sponsorships and product endorsements;
- Opening pathways to connections and networks including speaking engagements at Sports dinners, Award ceremonies and Conferences.
- Developing and presenting Leadership opportunities and programs.
Our culture is all about developing and maintaining strong relationships with all our clients. For more on how we operate check out our FAQs.
Here are some of the people we have been, or continue to be, privileged to both represent and assist achieve their life and sporting goals. Please note that a cornerstone of our practice is and will always be the respect we have for our clients confidentiality. We will only ever publish information about our clients with their express permission.
Jerry was a Samoan-born professional New Zealand rugby union player. He played for New Zealand, for whom he was capped 48 times, including captain on three occasions ; for Toulon in France, Ospreys in Wales and most recently for RC Narbonne, again in France in the Rugby Pro.Division 2. Collins and his partner Alana Madill, were tragically killed in a car accident in southern France in June 2015.
Keven was a New Zealand rugby union footballer. He played at hooker for the Blues in Super Rugby, Auckland in the National Provincial Championship, and the New Zealand national team, All Blacks, for whom he played over 100 games. He was a key member of the 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cup winning teams, becoming one of only twenty dual Rugby Union World Cup winners.
Rodney is a New Zealand rugby union player who recently played in Japan for the Honda Heat. He earned 67 caps for the All Blacks. He was a successful coach for the Wellington and Petone Premier Rugby sides in Wellington before securing an Assistant Coach (Defence) position for the highly successful championship winning Wellington Lions Provincial Rugby team. Previously, he played over 100 games and captained the Hurricanes in the New Zealand Super Rugby competition.
Katrina Grant originally from Papakura, Auckland, is a New Zealand international netball player. She is currently captain of the New Zealand national netball team, the Silver Ferns,having played more than 100 games for them. She plays for the Central Pulse in the New Zealand Championship. Katrina previously played for the Canterbury Flames in the National Bank Cup in 2005.
Nick is a New Zealand middle distance runner. He won the silver medal in the 1500 metres at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, and is the current New Zealand record holder for the same event with a time of 3:29.66. He was a gold medalist in the 1500 metres at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and a bronze medalist at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
Chris Pollock is a former New Zealand and International Rugby Union Referee He was for many years New Zealand’s number one Rugby Referee on the IRB Panel as a Referee and Assistant Referee/Touch Judge. He made his international referee debut in 2005, when he refereed Niue vs Tahiti, while his first IRB appointment was in 2006, taking charge of Hong Kong vs Japan.
Neemia is a former Hurricanes and All Black front row forward. Having played for Aviron Bayonnais, then Toulouse in the Top 14 French Rugby Championship, he is currently playing for RC Narbonne.