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Wednesday 10 March 2010 | Published in Regional


Cook Islands Football Association (CIFA) president Lee Harmon has been re-elected for the next four years after serving in the position for 10 years.

CIFA held its elective annual meeting last Thursday at the CIFA headquarters in Matavera.

Delegates from the Rarotonga clubs and the outer island associations all attended to review the progress of football within their clubs and island associations and to elect the new office bearers.

Lee Harmon, who was re-elected unopposed, said that he believes he still has a lot to offer to the administration affairs of football in the Cook Islands.

“I will work with the executive and board members to ensure the progress of football is maintained.”

Changes were seen in other positions of the executive with close voting counts to determine the new board members for 2010.

The full executive members for the Cook Islands Football Association for 2010 to 2014 are: Lee Harmon (president), Jake Numanga (vice president), Jonah Tisam (treasurer) and executive members, John-Paul Wilson, Tangi Tereapii, Dennis Tararo, Moeroa Tamangaro and Sanjay Chand.

CIFA acknowledges the work and commitment done by the previous vice president Allen Parker who will be travelling overseas to take up a new post. CIFA would like to wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

Allen has been replaced by Jake Numanga.

Before closing the meeting, Harmon acknowledged the hard work and support given by the previous executive and board members and said he looks forward to working with the new team for another four years.