CENTRAL Queensland Capras CEO Brenton Williamson has today resigned from the Intrust Super Cup Club, and will cease employment at the end of the 2012 Intrust Super Cup season.
Williamson came to the club from Mackay in November, and has overseen the development of the club through its rebranding stages from the Central Comets to the CQ Capras.
During his tenure, he has overseen the evolvement of the Capras club into a 'family orientated club' with Sunday afternoon football taking centre‐stage in 2012 as well as a club with more CQ 'Born and Bred' players.
More recently, Williamson successfully managed the Clubs' first televised match from Rockhampton, with just under 3000 spectators at Browne Park as well as 18,000 viewers just in CQ making the day a huge success for the club.
Williamson has indicated that the wishes to pursue other career endeavours either in professional Sports Management or the Mining Industry for 2013 and beyond, but remained open minded in where he settles for his next post.
He will continue to operate in the position at the club for the next six weeks while a suitable replacement is sourced.