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Dolphins boss to step down

Domestic Cricket

Durban - The Dolphins' chief executive, Jesse Chellan, will officially step down from his position when his five-year contract ends in September, the Durban franchise announced on Thursday.

However, he will stay on for an additional three months at the board's request.

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he Dolphins' chief executive, Jesse Chellan, will officially step down from his position when his five-year contract ends in September, the Durban franchise announced. (Photo by Anesh Debiky/Gallo Images)

Chellan has held the position since October 2009.

He has overseen the growth of the Dolphins and KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union (KZNCU) business and has put strong building blocks in place for the future, the board said in a statement.

“I must commend Jesse for his hard work and loyalty,” said KZNCU president Faeez Jaffar on Thursday.

“One of his legacies is growing the game in non-traditional areas and harnessing this talent. The results will doubtless be seen in years to come.”

Board chairman Graham Abrahams said: “His successes are plain to see. His youth strategy, in particular, has begun to pay dividends and he leaves us in better shape than when he arrived.”

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