NZRL chief resigns from role
Wed, 22 Aug 2012 10:49a.m.
New Zealand Rugby League CEO Jim Doyle has announced he has decided to step down from his role after three years in charge.
Doyle will leave his position at the end of the year and will work with the NZRL to hand over the reins to a new incumbent.
"I really wanted to make a difference and do all I could to help rugby league become a much stronger sport on all fronts and at all levels. It has certainly been a very challenging three years and I feel I have done all I can personally to achieve that,” says Doyle.
He believes that now is the best time to pass the reins to someone new that will lead the organisation through the next chapter.
“I truly believe the game is heading in a fantastic direction and I feel very fortunate that I have been able to play a role in shaping that direction, however I think that it is important that the CEO who will lead the organisation through the next chapter be part of creating the next strategic phase.”
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