Who are the richest Gallagher Premiership owners? 2022/23 rankings revealed - Ruck

Who are the richest Gallagher Premiership owners? 2022/23 rankings revealed

Gallagher Premiership owners are growing richer than ever before, but how much are they worth?

5. Gloucester ownerMartin St Quinton net worth – £20.2 million

In 1980, he established an office equipment company, which he later sold to Danka plc in 1993. Subsequently, he embarked on a new venture by founding Azzurri Communications, a Voice & Data Integrator based in the United Kingdom. Remarkably, within a span of six years, Azzurri experienced tremendous growth, expanding its workforce to 700 employees and achieving an impressive turnover of £150 million. In 2006, The Prudential Group acquired Azzurri for a significant sum of £180 million.

His entrepreneurial talents did not go unnoticed, and in 2003, he was bestowed with the esteemed title of Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Displaying a diverse range of interests, he acquired a controlling interest in Gloucester Rugby in 2016, assuming the role of Chairman. Additionally, he indulges his passion for horse racing as an owner of racehorses. Recognizing his standing and expertise within the equestrian world, he was appointed Chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse in 2019.

Meanwhile, Martin & Judith St Quinton serve as Trustees of The Fold, a children’s home located in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. The Fold provides a nurturing environment where young children in South Africa can seek shelter, love, and support.

The organization operates an on-site school, ensuring that the children receive a solid foundation in education. Since their appointment as Trustees in 2011, the St Quintons have been the sole fundraisers in the UK for The Fold. Their efforts have resulted in significant growth, with the number of children under the organization’s care increasing from just seven in 2011 to over 40 at present.