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Catholic, Equip SFT to see Fairley exitBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | FRIDAY, 18 JUN 2021 12:43PM
With Catholic Super and Equipsuper set to officially merge at the end of the month, chair Andrew Fairley will hand over the reins - but he has "no interest in going home to mow the lawns".
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