Cedric Coll was elected a Life Member of the South Canterbury Rugby Football Union at their AGM in Timaru this evening. Coll was honoured for his many years of service to the Mackenzie RFC, Pleasant Point RFC and the South Canterbury Rugby Football Union, and especially for his many years as manager of the South Canterbury senior representative team. Murray Roberts was elected President, Neville Twaddle Vice President and Grant Norton takes up the position on the Board left vacant following the retirement of Craig O’Connor
L-R: Current life member, Len King, congratulates Cedric Coll on his life membership.
Nicky Geary and Jeremy Sutherland
SCRFU Chairman Ray Teahen and CEO Craig Calder
Russell Leech and Craig Calder
AGM Delegates and attendees
Vaughan O’Shaughnessy, Stu Piddington (Timaru Herald) and Murray Roberts chat pror to the meeting.
Kayla McPherson (minute secretary), Russell Leech and Craig Calder (CEO)
Club Delegates and SCRFU staff members at the AGM
SCRFU Board chairman, Ray Teahen, presents his annual report.
SCRFU board member, Michelle Martin, speaks to the Annual Financial Report.
Outgoing President congratulates Murray Roberts on his election as President.
Murray Roberts, the first representative of the Harlequins RFC to be elected President
Craig Calder (CEO) talks to his report at the SCRFU Annual General Meeting
Craig Calder (CEO)
Len King, on behalf of the Mackenzie RFC, nominates Cedric Coll for life membership
Cedric Coll, thanks delegates to the SCRFU Annual General Meeting for honouring him with life membership and recollects some of the highlights of his long involvement with the union.
Immediate past president, Russell Leech, addresses the AGM
Craig Calder announced that OPUS has been engaged to complete a feasibility report on possible options for the field and facilities at Alpine Energy Stadium.