Barnawartha president Chris Peirce has stepped down from the helm after 13-years in the role.
Vice president Gerard O'Connor has replaced Peirce as president.
Peirce said health issues were the major reason behind his decision.
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"Without going into too much detail, I have got a few long term health issues that have slowed me down and knock me around a bit," Peirce said.
"The energy levels aren't what the used to be and I just need to get a bit more rest.
"So I thought it was time to take a step back and let someone else have a crack.
"I'm still keen to stay involved with the club but will have no official role.
"Gerard has put his hand up for the job and I'll still be around if he needs any advice."
Peirce was president of the Tigers when they won their most recent flag in 2013 under coach Mark Sarau.
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