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Former Lion retires from Brisbane board

26/11/2010 06:10:03 PM Comments (0)

Former Roy Boy Laurie Serafini has retired from the Brisbane Lions board, ending the club's last official link with Fitzroy.

Serafini has decided against seeking re-election for his position at next month's annual general meeting after 14 years as a club director.

The Melbourne-based former 146-game Fitzroy fullback was first appointed to the Lions board in 1997 following the merger between Fitzroy and the Brisbane Bears.

"After 14 years as part of the club's board of directors, I felt now was a good time to pass the baton onto some new blood," Serafini said.

"The club has already made several key appointments during the off-season, with more to come, and I'm really looking forward to a big season next year."

The Lions life member's departure leaves Brisbane's board without anyone from the old Fitzroy club.

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