NRL legend Cooper Cronk has subjective a new job, after he was appointed as an uncommitted director for Queensland Rugby League (QRL).
The 37-year-old is one of the chief players of this generation, reserved with back-to-back titles with the Sydney Roosters in 2018 and 2019.
On best of that, he won two premierships with the Melbourne Storm and also peculiarity heavily in the QLD Maroons’ 8-straight State of Origin series wins.
Cronk will take over the introduction from Ben Ikin, who has lately moved into a head of football role with the Brisbane Broncos.
The 22-game Origin veteran said his beauty forward to giving back to the QRL in the coming years.
“It is with much reverence and pleasure that I have been offered this role on the Queensland Rugby League Board,” he said.
“I am well off to have had a profound and exuberant story with all things rugby league in Queensland, and combined with my broader commercial interests, I look forward to contributing to the posterior of the QRL.”
QRL chairman Bruce Hatcher was full of commendation for Cronk following the appointment.
“Cooper arrives very consulted by all levels of the game and people who have been associated with him,” he said.
“Our primary action is nrl rugby league football, and what we seek on our Board is pertinent knowledge that can assist the performance of the board and its duties to run denomination and sub-elite rugby league in Queensland.