Mar 09, 2013 Sports
The Guyana Football Referees Council will hold its Annual General Meeting today at Carifesta Sports Complex on Carifesta Avenue to elect officers to serve for the next two years.
High on the Agenda will be the election of office bearers, presentation of the Financial Report and review the GRFC constitution.
Council’s plans for 2013 will also be put forward to members.
There will be a report from incumbent President Alfred King who will be seeking reelection.
King who is the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport is among several members nominated for positions on the Executive Committee.
The other nominees are Carlos Bernard, Dion Inniss, Troy Peters, Dwayne Lovell, Natasha Lewis, Stanley Lancaster, Ingram Johnson and Sherwin Moore.
The GFRC recent conducted a Beginners Training Programme as part of its recruitment drive.
Thirty of the country’s elite referees also attended a FIFA/GFF sponsored Referees Assistance Programme (RAP) conducted by regional and local referees’ instructors.
Outstanding members of the Council will also receive awards.
Referees from Georgetown, Linden, Bartica, Berbice and East and West Demerara will attend today’s meeting which start at 14:00 hours.
The Annual General Meeting is being held ahead of the GFF Ordinary Congress schedule for April 15 where a new executive committee will be elected to office.
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