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Wednesday 30 May 2012 | Published in Regional


Nominations for the positions of Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee president and vice president have closed, however the date for the sports body’s annual general meeting is yet to be confirmed.

CISNOC secretary general Rosie Blake says that no date has been set for the postponed AGM and that they were waiting on the audit of CISNOC’s financial accounts to be completed and available for presentation during the AGM.

Blake says that Tuesday, June 2, was a tentative date the sports body had planned to have the AGM but as per the sports body’s constitution – a notice of the AGM must be published 14 days before the meeting.

Blake added that she had planned to publish a notice in today’s Cook Islands News announcing the upcoming AGM which would mean the meeting would be held on either Tuesday June 12 or Wednesday June 13.

She says that important items on the AGM agenda will be the election of two new vice presidents and a new president to replace the late Sir Geoffrey Henry.

Hugh Graham, Damien Beddoes, David Lobb and Eddie Drollett have been nominated for the two vice president positions.

Paul Allsworth, David Lobb, Mark Brown and Hugh Graham are the nominees for the position of CISNOC president.

No nominations were received for the position of assistant secretary general which has been vacant for some time.

Blake says they hope to confirm a date for the AGM this week.