Ken Reinsfield has become the new chairman of the Warriors, taking over from Rob Croot.
Ken Reinsfield, the former manager and trainer of Shane Cameron has been named as the new chairman of the Warriors.
The 64-year-old Reinsfield, who won a silver medal in the 74kg freestyle wrestling at the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane, takes over the position from Rob Croot.
Croot left the role a month ago after finishing up as group CEO at Autex Industries, the company which owns the NRL club.
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Reinsfield has been involved with the Warriors before and worked as the club’s wrestling coach, during the time when Tony Kemp and Ivan Cleary were head coaches.
Following Reinsfield’s wrestling career, he became a foundation member of the New Zealand Olympic Committee’s Athletes’ Commission formed in 1986 and he was also a New Zealand delegate on the Oceania Olympic Academy.
Reinsfield’s Instagram page has on it a photo from last year of himself wearing a Warriors t-shirt, alongside the club’s CEO Cameron George and owner Mark Robinson.