North Melbourne Kangaroos national recruiting manager Mark Finnigan and head of player personnel Glenn Luff have resigned from the club.
After 17 years at Arden Street, Finnigan has accepted a role at another AFL club.
Finnigan joined the club’s recruiting team in a part-time capacity in 2006 before undertaking a full-time position as assistant recruiting manager in 2011. He has held the role of national recruiting manager since the end of 2016.
Luff joined the club as head of game analysis in 2018 before becoming the club’s list manager at the end of 2019. Luff has been the club’s head of player personnel since November 2021 and will leave to pursue new opportunities.
"Mark and Glenn have both been valued contributors to the North Melbourne Football Club and we wish them the very best in their future endeavours," North Melbourne’s General Manager Football Talent Brady Rawlings said.
"Mark and Glenn have worked passionately and tirelessly for the club and we thank them for their work," Rawlings said.
"The team’s planning and preparation around the mid-season draft has been very thorough and will hold us in good stead as we look towards next week.
"We will begin the process of replacing the now vacant roles in our recruiting and list management team over the coming months."