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  • Written by  The Grenada Informer
GCA Executive GCA Executive

Delegates of the recently held Biennial General Meeting have returned Dwain Gill unopposed as President of the Grenada Cricket Association. 

The Biennial General Meeting of the association was held on Saturday November 19, 2016 at the Grenada National Stadium. The highlight of the meeting was the election of a new executive committee charged with administrating the affairs of the association for the next two years. 

Johnson Richardson long-standing parish representative from St. Mark has been elevated to the position of Second Vice President. There are two new faces on the executive; Kerry Frank and Paulette Hankey-Bhola have been elected to serve as Assistant Secretaries. 

The full results of the election were as follows: Dwain Gill - President (unopposed)
Anderson Noel - 1st Vice-President (unopposed) Johnson Richardson - 2nd Vice-President Norman Gilbert - Secretary (unopposed) 

Kerry Frank - Assistant Secretary, Paulette Bhola-Hankey - Assistant Secretary, Rupert Holas - Treasurer (unopposed) 

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