Sexton quits Kings
- 14 Dec 2013
EP Kings coach Matt Sexton will leave the union at the end of December.
The New Zealander has decided to return home for personal reasons.
'This has been a very difficult decision for me, but I have had to make the difficult choice to return home to my family in New Zealand. The circumstances back home require me to be there,' he said.
EP CEO Charl Crous said Sexton had been contracted with the union until the end of 2014, and had originally been looking to extend his contract through to 2015.
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