Released Monday, April 8, 2002 at 11:10 am EST by Shavaughn Gordon-Moss
Sealy returned as soccer boss for 3rd term
By SHAVAUGHN MOSS
NG Sports Reporter
Membership of the Bahamas Football Association unanimously voted for Anton Sealy to lead them for a third consecutive term at the association’s annual general meeting and election of officers on Saturday.
Grand Bahama Football League president Paul Whitfield, who had challenged Sealy, was a no-show at the elections.
Prior to his return, Sealy had served six years, a two-year term in his first stint, before a constitutional change which gave each president a four-year term.
In the only other voting process to take place, six persons were nominated for five vice-president positions. Incumbents Carl Lynch and Dayne D’Augillar were returned. Voted in were former BFA vice-president Sam Haven, Richard “Dick” Wilson, and Stan Darville who is president of the referee’s association.
GBFL vice-president Eula White was not chosen by the membership.
In the other positions, incumbent executive vice-president Fred Lunn was returned unchallenged. Incumbent general secretary, Lionel Haven was returned unopposed to his paid position. And Pierre LaFleur went in unopposed to the treasurer’s position.
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