Shaun McRae lands new role

Shaun McRae is to become chief executive of Queensland Cup club Tweed Heads Seagulls when he returns to Australia at the end of the current season.

McRae, 53, has been involved in Super League since its inception in 1996 but will return home to succeed Terry Keen at the Seagulls after stepping down as Hull FC‘s director of football in October.

The former St Helens and Salford coach said, “My wife and I are delighted to be returning to Australia.

“We love the Tweed/Gold Coast area and I am thrilled to be joining a club with such a long and proud history as Tweed Heads Seagulls.”

Tweed was formed in 1909 and it is one of the oldest rugby league clubs in Australia. The Seagulls are also the only non-Queensland side to play in the Queensland Cup.

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