Mackay Cutters announce departure of CEO

 The QCCS Mackay Cutters announced today that CEO, Troy Rovelli has resigned from the organisation. 

Troy’s departure follows three seasons at the helm of the Club. The Chairman of the Board, Steve Dowden praised Troy’s contribution. 

"Troy has been a dedicated leader and a well-respected contributor to the club and community at large. He is respected by his peers and colleagues alike and has been instrumental in a number of significant outcomes for the Cutters." 

"His leadership, energy, engagement and integrity are to be commended." 

"Troy has done a wonderful job as CEO as can be seen in the strong growth in Membership, Community, Sponsorship and Commercial over the past 3 years." 

"The Club is in a very strong position to take on the next phase of its development and on behalf of the Board and our entire Club I thank Troy for his enormous contribution." 

Troy said, "Having been born and bred in Mackay, it has been an honour and privilege to have led the Cutters and the many talented and dedicated people working within it. Thank you all for your commitment and tireless efforts." 

"The Mackay Cutters play a unique and special role in our local community. I am proud of the positive impact our Club has had on so many people in the Mackay and regional community." 

"I'd like to thank the partners, members and fans for their passion and commitment to the Cutters and the loyal and generous support they have shown us through good and bad times since the club’s inception."

It was confirmed only hours later that Troy will remain in a CEO capacity within the Intrust Super Cup. 

The Mackay Cutters will now commence the recruitment process as Rovelli departs the club in January 2019. 

“We will commence the recruitment process for a new CEO immediately. I am confident we will attract a wide field of quality candidates to select our next organisation leader from,” Steve Dowden said.

Mackay Cutters are now recruiting to fill the vacant role.

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