WAFL: South Fremantle chief to quit after four years at club

Stuart Kemp.
Stuart Kemp.

SOUTH Fremantle Football Club chief executive Stuart Kemp has called an end to his time at the club after four years.

Kemp said with the club in good shape and making a regular profit, it was the right time to move on.

“My main goal was to make us stronger in our pillars of the business in a tough environment and turn around our on-field performance, which has been achieved,” he said.

“The elite staff we have added have helped us immensely in these areas; I will always be a Bulldogs supporter and look forward to seeing some success in the years to come.

“Most of all, I will miss all of the high-quality staff, players and volunteers with whom I have had the pleasure of working with towards a common goal.”

Kemp will continue in his role until mid-December.