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Bulls snap up Leopards CEO

2012-05-07 20:41
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Cape Town - Leopards CEO Eugene Hare will join the Blue Bulls Rugby Union to head up the amateur part of the union.

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According to SuperSport.com, Hare will take up his new post in mid-May.

He will replace Andre Both, who is retiring from the position in charge of club, schools and other amateur activities at the union.

Hare, 50, played 176 games (129 as captain) at scrumhalf for the-then Western Transvaal (now Leopards).

He also coached the Leopards 'A' team, their under-13 Craven Week team as well as their Under-19's.


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