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Bartica, Essequibo adopt new constitution

The Bartica and Essequibo Football Associations recently met and adopted their new constitution which will now pave the way for elections to be held in the Region 7 and 2 locations on October 17 and 18 respectively.

Guyana Football Federation (GFF) General Secretary Richard Groden, along with his assistant Deidre Davis, journeyed to both areas, first meeting with club representatives at the Xenon Hotel in Charity.

The Clubs represented were Henrietta United, Queenstown, Wakapoa United, Super Eleven FC, Devonshire Castle Football Club and Charity X-treme Club. The elections were set for October 17 at the Oasis Hotel in Queenstown.

The meeting was chaired by Groden, who informed the representatives of the purpose of the meeting and outlined the Constitution Adoption and Elections of the New Executive Timelines.

In Bartica at the St. John’s the Baptiste Primary School, Lazio FC, Rivers’ View FC, Beacons FC, Wolves United and Mil Balls were the clubs represented while missing were Potaro Strikers and Rising Star football clubs.

After the Constitution Review process was completed all Clubs present voted in favour of the Adoption of the new Constitution with the election for new office bearers set for October 18 in the Boardroom of the Regional Democratic Council.

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