Rony Bachour is a board member of Friends of Lebanon Rugby. He has been involved in Lebanon Rugby for 8 years as a Player, current international team manager, and part of the senior management team.
Rony is currently a Director of Staines RFC in London, helping them engage and grow within the local community. Rony is also team manager for Project Turnover RFC, a rugby focused charity giving youngsters the opportunity to discover rugby and help rejuvenate them away from crime.
Outside of rugby, Rony manages a Luxury Chauffeur and Bespoke Services company, Providing services for Royalty, Embassies and High Net Worth Individuals throughout the UK and Europe.
Prior to this, Rony worked in Planning Policy for The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, and as a Planning Officer for the City Of Westminster.
Rony was born in Lebanon before emigrating during the Lebanese Civil War to London, where he currently lives.
Rony is passionate about his native Lebanon and about the growth of Rugby within Lebanon and the values that Rugby can add to Lebanese society and bringing people together as One Nation.