Freier steps off Randwick Rugby Board following 4 year term

4 years ago

Wallaby and current Club player Adam Freier has stepped down from the Randwick Rugby Board after a four year term.

Freier has been pivotal as the players’ representative on the Board since joining in 2014, playing a crucial role in the develop of the Club's Marketing, Digital and Communications strategy.

“I've decided to step aside because the timing was right for me to balance out life, work and family a little better” said Freier.

“During my four years on the Board we’ve experienced some challenging and rewarding times, and I have always put the Club first, something that will not change with me stepping aside. I will continue to support the players, coaches and the Board, just not in an official capacity” said Freier.

Freier is still heavily involved at the Club, continuing to add value in a playing capacity in what is his 20th season in grade.

“I would like to personally thank all of our incredible and supportive sponsors, our President Bob Dwyer and the Board for all of their support over the four years, and wish the R.D.R.U.F.C Council the very best in the Club’s future, although they’ll have to put up with me a little longer on the field.”

Former Randwick player John Tuxworth returns to the board filling the casual vacancy left by Freier having stepped aside 18 months ago.

Tuxworth will play an integral role around the Club's strategic and commercial direction, having vast experience in many leadership and executive roles.

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