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Anthony Minichiello lifts the Provan-Summons trophy after leading the Roosters to the 2013 NRL premiership.

Sydney Roosters Chief Operating Officer Ted Helliar has announced he is moving from his post.

Helliar, who has spent the past three years at the Roosters, will leave the club with "good memories" especially the club's 2013 premiership win over the Sea Eagles. 

"Following three years of amazing success both on the field and off it, I have tendered my resignation from the Sydney Roosters," Helliar announced.

"Being part of the Roosters family has been one of the greatest honours in my life with the 2013 Premiership the pinnacle. 

"I will always be eternally grateful for those experiences and for the relationships formed over this time. 

"For now it’s time to recharge the batteries and enjoy summer with my family."

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