Who We Are

Greyhound Racing SA Limited (GRSA) is the Controlling Body responsible for the conduct, regulation and promotion of greyhound racing throughout South Australia.

It has a primary responsibility to ensure the responsible and ethical management of the sport, the enforcement of local and national rules of racing and the effective oversight of greyhound welfare outcomes. 

Chief Executive Officer

Brenton Scott

Joined Greyhound Racing SA in March 2024.

With more than 30 years’ experience in the greyhound industry Brenton is a highly respected and experienced racing administrator.

Prior to joining GRSA, Brenton lead strategy, development and management of greyhound racing in Queensland as the Senior Racing Manager – Greyhound at tri-code body Racing Queensland. This role, saw him achieve growth in revenue and prizemoney while ensuring continued investment in infrastructure and greyhound welfare.  Brenton previously held the position of CEO of the NSW Greyhound Breeders, Owners and Trainers Association where he oversaw racing operations across nine key venues, as well as advocacy for the industry at a critical time. 

Brenton’s understanding of the complexities of greyhound racing, stakeholder relationships and unparalleled track record in the industry will be invaluable as we continue to build a sustainable future for our industry. 

Board Composition
In accordance with the GRSA Constitution, the Board comprises five independent directors and one industry director.  

Grantley William Stevens
B.Arts (Accounting), FCA, CTA, MAICD

Chairman and Non-Executive Director (experience in finance)

Joined the Board in July 2013 and was appointed Chairman in February 2018.

Grantley came onto the Board with a strong background in financial management. Having joined Edwards Marshall in 1987, he was appointed to partner in 2002. He currently manages the Business Consulting and Taxation division of Nexia Edwards Marshall. In addition to holding Board positions with Racing and Wagering SA Pty Ltd and Greyhounds Australasia, Grantley is Chairman of National Disability Support Partners Pty Ltd and is the Company Secretary of the Alexander & Symonds Group as well as a member of the Port Adelaide Football Club’s Finance and Audit Committee for over ten years. Grantley also sits on a number of advisory Boards for his clients.

Special responsibilities include being Chairman of the Audit and Finance Committee and Chairman of the Remuneration Committee.

Raymond Peter Fewings

Non-Executive Director (experience in the greyhound racing industry)

Joined the Board in March 2018.

Ray has built his industry experience through having been an owner, breeder and trainer over a period of 60 years.  His long career in media as a race broadcaster, radio presenter and management executive (he was the founding Manager of RadioTAB in Adelaide and also worked in management at 5AA) began in 1972 and only ended recently upon his retirement.

David Arthur Lewis

Non-Executive Director (experience in marketing)

Joined the Board in November 2020.

David retired as Chief Member Officer at People’s Choice Credit Union a top five Australian Mutual Bank in 2020, where his career included over twenty years as an Executive Manager. His experience includes strategy and planning, risk management, marketing, growing a business, governance, financial management and people management. David holds an Advanced Diploma in Accounting and is also a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors course. He currently sits on the Board of Uniting SA, a not-for-profit organisation delivering programs across aged care, community, disability, mental health, child development and employment.

Special responsibilities include being a member of the Integrity and Welfare, Audit and Finance and Remuneration Committees.


Nicolle Rantanen Reynolds
FAICD, FCPA, MBA, FTIA, Masters Comm Law, BCom

Non-Executive Director (experience in business and governance)

Joined the Board in July 2023.

Nicolle is an experienced Non Executive Director on a number of boards. She is passionate about the governance of sporting bodies and contributes through a variety of roles including; Chair, Office of Recreation Sport & Racing Audit and Performance Committee, President, The Grange Golf Club and Chair Strategy & Finance, Deputy Chair, Thoroughbred Racing Northern Territory and Racing Australia Board Nominee.

Nicolle’s current Board roles also include The University of South Australia, LLL Australia, Divisional Councillor SA/NT Australian Institute of Company Directors, Cancer Council SA Board, Audit Committee Chair, Central Adelaide Waste & Recycling Authority, Clayton Church Homes Board and Governance Chair and Independent Member, Local Government Financing Authority Audit Committee. Nicolle also brings over 20 years experience in both the public and private sector as a senior executive. With a Masters in Commercial Law, an MBA, FAICD and as a Certified Practising Accountant (Fellow), Nicolle has a strong legal, business, accounting and commercial background.  

Special responsibilities include being the Chair of the Governance and Risk Committee.


Philippa Ewens
LLB/LP (Hons)

Non-Executive Director (experience as legal practitioner)

Joined the Board in November 2023. 

Philippa is a practising barrister with expertise in administrative, employment and industrial law, medical negligence, child protection, workers compensation, and appellate court matters.  Prior to being called to the Independent Bar in 2022, Philippa was counsel in the Crown Counsel Section of the Crown Solicitor’s Office (SA). 

Special responsibilities include being a member of the Governance and Risk Committee.