“Coming off the back of a successful first season in the Premiership, we see this new position as central to driving forward with our ambitious plans both on and off the field,” he said.
“We have a clear vision about the positive role we can play in the community to engage and inspire young people.
“We haven’t always in the past brought in sufficient funds to continue to support the club. Nigel has been brought in to do that. We have got to try and maximise the facilities we have at The Wern.
“Nigel is a bright, intelligent man with wonderful experience and we are very pleased to have him on board.
“It’s more good news on the back of our title win. We are the champions in our first season and that’s something you would never have thought we co do.”