The Victoria HarbourCats announced Wednesday that Brad Norris-Jones is stepping down from the organization effective Jan. 31, for an opportunity that will be made known in the near future. (HarbourCats)

Victoria HarbourCats GM steps down

Brad Norris-Jones pursues a new opportunity

The general manager of the Victoria HarbourCats is stepping down to pursue another opportunity.

Brad Norris-Jones has been with the HarbourCats since day one, according to their website.

“We want to thank Brad for his six seasons with the HarbourCats — we worked very closely together to build a franchise that will be around in Victoria for a very, very long time, and we’re all excited for the future,” said managing partner Jim Swanson, who is stepping back into the general manager role on an interim basis.

Swanson served as general manager and vice-president from 2013 to 2016.

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The Victoria HarbourCats announced Wednesday that Norris-Jones is stepping down from the organization effective Jan. 31, for an opportunity that will be made known in the near future.

Further front-office adjustments will be made soon.

The team has strong support with Swanson and the ownership group backed by Christian Stewart, John Pollard, Curtis Pelletier and Richard Michaels.

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