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Arere elected CIFA President

Saturday 25 June 2022 | Written by Supplied | Published in Sports

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Arere elected CIFA President
Tiraa Arere. Photo: Supplied/22062403

Tiraa Arere is the newly elected President of the Cook Islands Football Association (CIFA) for the next four-year term from 2022-2026.

The CIFA Annual General Meeting was held on Thursday June 23 at the CIFA Headquarters with Outer Island Associations’ and Rarotonga Football Clubs’ representatives in attendance. Also in attendance were representatives of FIFA and OFC to witness the event.

The meeting commenced with the 2021 Activity Report presented by former president Allen Parker, which highlighted the football activities in the Cook Islands during the past year.

Following the activity report, the 2021 Financial report was presented. The proposed amendments to the statutes were voted on and supported by the members.

The election of office bearers for the period of 2022-2026 also took place and the successful candidates under the presidency of Arere are as follows: Moeroa Tamangaro voted as Vice President, treasurer Teina Savage and executive committee members are Grover Harmon,

Terry Piri, Teariki Maurangi, Macan Munokoa and Tuaine Tiputoa.

Arere acknowledged the hard work and support given by the Executive Board Members and the members of CIFA and looks forward to working with the existing and new members for the next four years.