The Romano Group Tweed Heads Seagulls are thrilled to announce today that after a long and exhaustive selection process, former Gold Coast Titans General Manager of Football Scott Clark will take on the role of CEO following the recent departure of Shaun McRae.
Clark has nearly two decades of experience in rugby league administration and management having been a former CEO of the Burleigh Bears and Operations Manager and then General Manager of the Gold Coast Titans.
Chairman Ian Paton said that this is a very exciting announcement for the Club -
“Scott brings with him a wealth of strategic planning, management and operational experience in the rugby league club environment.”
“To sign someone of his calibre is very exciting in terms of the future direction of the club and speaks to the strength of the Seagulls brand.” – Mr Paton Said
Clark, a Gold Coast local, is looking forward to the opportunity of working for the Tweed Heads Seagulls which is the oldest provincial rugby league club in Australia -
“I'm really excited about this opportunity to work with such a strong, community-minded Club.”
“Seagulls have a celebrated history and I look forward to working with the Board, coaching staff, sponsors, QRL and other stakeholders to build on the good work undertaken by Shaun McRae.” – Mr Clark said
Clark’s contract with the Seagulls officially begins today.
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By Michael Nunn
The Jets have never lost a game on Old Boys’ day rising to the challenge every year. In 2016 the Ipswich Jets would have to get over the top of a Tweed Seagulls side that was desperate to make sure they finished 2016 on a positive note.
Tweed Heads Seagulls RLFC limited is a Rugby League Club that currently competes in four levels of competition – Mal Meninga Cup U18s, FOGS Colts U20s, A Grade and Intrust Super Cup. The Club is currently seeking an experienced CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER based in Tweed Heads to oversee the football and commercial operations of the Club.
The Romano Group Tweed Heads Seagulls announced today that after a 3 year tenure with the club, Shaun McRae will step down from the role as CEO following the completion of the 2016 season.
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