top of page


Queensland Touch Football (QTF) wishes to announce the resignation of Queensland Touch Football’s Chief Executive Officer, Corey Bell.

Since his appointment at the beginning of the year, Corey has done a wonderful job of leading the organisation through an incredibly challenging time.

“The knowledge, skills and leadership Corey has provided the Board, the Management Team and the wider touch community during 2020, amidst a global pandemic, has us all in a really great position heading into the second half of the year”. Said QTF Chairman, Gavin Shuker.

Gavin Shuker also commended the outgoing CEO on his leadership and commercial capabilities. “Corey has quickly reshaped the strategic direction of QTF. He has led the team through one of the most challenging times QTF has ever faced in its 41-year history and has boosted the commercial viability of the organisation, which will greatly benefit QTF going forward”.

Corey leaves QTF to take up a role in the ‘Economic Investment Team’ at the City of Gold Coast where he will lead the Sport Investment and Attraction space for the new Economic Growth Strategy being developed. His focus will be to develop and lead the new sport implementation plan for the next 10 years, supporting local sport and event-related entities through business development and acquire investment through both domestic and international sports missions that provide economic benefit for the City of Gold Coast.

Recent Posts

See All

Congratulations to the following on their selection into the CQ 18 boys and Girls Team. Your coaches will be in contact with you , with regards to trainings. CQ 18 BOYS TEAM - Coach Garry Benbow , Su

Congratulations to the following players on the selection into the 2022 CQ Bulls Junior Teams to compete at the National Touch Youth Champs in September. Please note shadows are in no particular order

bottom of page