Having carved out a hugely successful playing career, rugby union legend Mark Cueto is now enjoying similar success off-the-field in his role as commercial director with leading Premiership club Sale Sharks.
Over the course of a glittering 15-year career, Mark established himself as one of the sport’s greatest wingers.
As well as winning 55 caps for England, scoring 20 tries and playing at both the 2007 and 2011 Rugby World Cups, Mark also represented the British and Irish Lions on their 2005 tour to New Zealand.
At club level, Mark was a key member of the Sale side that won the Premiership title in 2006 and he also helped the Sharks to European Challenge Cup glory in both 2002 and 2005.
Having played more than 300 times for Sale, becoming the Premiership’s all-time record try scorer in 2013. Mark retired in 2015 and was subsequently awarded the MBE for his services to the sport. Since retiring from playing, Mark has embarked on a new role as commercial director at Sale. And through his work with the Greater Manchester business community he has already made a huge impact, having helped oversee an increase in the club’s commercial revenue of more than 25 per cent during his first year in the role. A graduate of Manchester Metropolitan University, Mark is married with two young sons.