MacLeod-Henderson quits Sharks

    2015-06-15 10:54

    Durban - The Sharks on Monday announced that assistant coach Brad MacLeod-Henderson has resigned.

    MacLeod-Henderson was involved with the union since 2012, initially with the Under-21’s before joining the senior side in July 2013.

    MacLeod-Henderson was assistant coach in the last two Super Rugby campaigns, looking after the forwards and breakdown and headed-up the Currie Cup campaigns.

    MacLeod-Henderson was offered a role within the new Sharks structure, but he felt it was time to move on.

    After playing for the Sharks in the late 1990s and early 2000s, MacLeod-Henderson joined the union on the back of a six-year investment banking career and with a Honours in Economics and his MBA nearly completed.

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