Marslowe elected president of Bartica Football Association

Newly elected BFA President Alden Marslowe [5th from left], posing with the other members of his Executive Committee, following the conclusion of the election.

Alden Marslowe has been elected the President of the Bartica Football Association [BFA], when the entity staged its electoral congress on Monday.

Marslowe ascended to the top post, after defeating the Michael DosSantos slate. The other members of his team are Elwes Jones [1st Vice-President], Kenneth Edwards [2nd Vice President], Carmel Williams [3rd Vice President, Arita Embleton [Secretary], Kwesi Jacobs [Treasurer], Michelle Jeffery [Assistant Secretary/Treasurer].

The Committee Members are Sherwin DaSilva, Curtis Joseph, Terrence Williams, Vince Hopkinson and Randy Adams.

“It is indeed an honour to assume this responsibility of leading the charge towards the revival of the sport at Bartica. With the many broad shoulders at the wheel, the Association can only go in the direction of ultimate success. Bartica will start scoring goals again, soon,” a release from the Guyana Football Federation quoted Marslowe as saying.

The release did not disclose which members of the GFF supervised the process. Following months of dormancy and the dissolution of the Executive Committee, a “Resuscitation Working Group” was established in May 2018 comprising nine members inclusive Marslowe and other members of the elected executive.

During their tenure, the “Resuscitation Working Group” staged the Independence Cup Championship from May 13th-26th 2018.

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