Timms departs CQ development role

CENTRAL Queensland is searching for a new area development officer with John Timms set to return to Adelaide.

After a blossoming start to the 2005 season, the AFL Capricornia suffered a massive blow yesterday with news Timms will finish up in his position for AFL Queensland next week.

Timms, who has been in Central Queensland for two years following five years working in the same role in Cairns, has taken up a position as development manager at West Adelaide Football Club.

Meanwhile, ladder-leader Melbourne suffered its first set-back of the season when midfielder Brent Moloney was suspended for two games for rough play at the AFL tribunal last night despite doubts he made high contact with Geelong's James Bartel. Carlton received the same penalty, as onballer Heath Scotland was found guilty of misconduct for putting his hand in the face of former Collingwood teammate Tarkyn Lockyer at the MCG last Saturday.



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