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Suzuki Brisbane Tigers CEO Brian Torpy will step down from the role after leading the Club for nearly eight seasons.

Torpy was appointed in June 2016 and said he decided to leave the role after years of “heavy lifting”.

“The time is right for a change and to pass the baton on to my successor”, he said.

It’s been a privilege to have served the Club and I am proud to have been part of such a great team that has put the Club in a position to hopefully move into the NRL, Torpy added.

“The redevelopment of the stadium and winning the 2023 premiership have been the highlight of my time here at the Tigers, he said. 

Tigers President Keith Phillips said “Our Club is still coming to terms with Brian’s decision to call time on his position as CEO of the Brisbane Tigers”.During his seven and half years, Brian has shown a passion and professionalism for the position, the club, and the dreams of all club members, he said. The club would like to thank Brian and wish him all the best in the years ahead, Phillips added. Torpy will officially finish on 3 August and will oversee the completion of Stage 2 of the Langlands Park facility before he leaves. The Club will commence recruitment for a new CEO in early April.


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