Harare Rugby in elective AGM

HARARE - Harare Rugby will hold its elective Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the Prince Edward School Cricket Pavilion this morning.

All positions are up for the taking from the chairman, vice-chairman and secretary downwards while other positions will be filled by appointments to be made by the new board.

The new board is set to take over from an interim one that has been running the affairs of the Harare League and will be mandated to lead until the 2019 World Cup and after which it will be a four-year term.

Roger Woodward, a member of the outgoing interim board said stakeholders converge to select a substantive board this morning.

“It’s normally a four-year term to coincide with the World Cup.

“The new board takes over from the interim one until after the 2019 World Cup and from then it will be a four-year term for each board elected into office,” Woodward told the Daily News yesterday.

The current board was an interim one but the chairman and vice chairman both resigned earlier in the year.

The remaining board members include Crispen Katogu, Gerald Chinyani of Police Defenders, Stu Irvine of Old Georgians, Lady Cheetahs captain Charity Mucucuti and Woodward.

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