Central Queensland Capras today announced the resignation of head coach David Faiumu.
Capras CEO Peter White paid tribute to Faiumu for his time at the club.
“David has been an integral part of the CQ Capras during the past three years, initially as an assistant Intrust Super Cup coach and over the past two years as head coach," White said.
“David brought a positive culture, strong work ethic and high level of coaching expertise to the head coach role. The players and our club have benefited from these attributes.
"We respect David’s decision... however, we also look forward to his continued association with the Capras in the future. I know I speak on behalf of the board and staff when I say that he will be missed.”
Faiumu said his time at the Capras "has been a memorable experience with some lifelong relationships being forged".
"I would like to thank my family, Board, Capras staff, volunteers, sponsors, supporters, community groups and in particular the playing group for their unwavering support and for making my time here at the Capras an enjoyable experience," Faiumu said.
"I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to lead the CQ Capras. I wish the club well and every success into the future.”
Recruitment for a replacement head coach is underway and an announcement expected within the very near future.