McGregor returns to Auckland Rugby League
Auckland Rugby League's (ARL) board of directors is pleased to announce that Cameron McGregor has been elected the organisation's new chairman, effective from Saturday 12 March, 2016.
McGregor replaces Evelyn Brooker who acted as interim chairperson of the board following the tragic death of Wayne Urquhart who was elected in November, 2015.
McGregor says he is looking forward to returning to Auckland Rugby League.
"I'm very excited to be back," he says.
"I'm grateful that clubs have the confidence to re-elect me and I'm ready to help the grassroots of the game wherever I can."
"I really want to restore Auckland Rugby League to where I think it should be," he says.
Cameron McGregor is a chartered accountant and partner of McGregor Bailey.
He has been involved in the game for many years, from player, to club then governance.
He held the position as chairman of the Auckland Rugby League from 1998 - 2013 and was awarded an MNZM for services to rugby league in 2013.
He also continues as chair of the Carlaw Heritage Trust.