The Manu Samoa Sevens Manager, Shalom Senara, has resigned from his role due to family reasons.
This was confirmed by the Samoa Rugby Union.
Mr. Senara has been with S.R.U for two years as the Development’s manager before been appointed to replace Theresa Passi late last year.
“Shalom has informed SRU that whilst he understood and enjoyed the role and worked well with the management team, ultimately the time away from his young family swayed his decision to step down,” said C.E.O. Faleomavaega Vincent Fepuleai.
“Shalom’s resignation is very unfortunate especially as we are preparing for the upcoming Hong Kong sevens and the remaining legs of the circuit as well as the Commonwealth Games but we respect his decision and we wish him well for his future endeavors.”
S.R.U. has appointed an interim manager, Peter Poulos on the eve of the upcoming Hong Kong leg of the HSBC series and the Commonwealth Games and will have the manager’s position advertised upon the completion of the HSBC series.