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Jon Sleightholme

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Jon Sleightholme

Jonathan Mark Sleightholme (born 5 August 1972 in Malton) is a former rugby union player who played on the wing for Wakefield, Bath, Northampton Saints, Yorkshire, England Sevens and England.

He played twelve times for England scoring four tries and also has played for the Barbarians.

He is a qualified PE teacher [1] and is currently Managing Director Rugby for Sport2Business.[2] He is currently working as a rugby coach at Cokethorpe School, Witney.


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