The Mighty Barrolle Sports Association President, Julia Duncan-Cassel
Barrolle Gets New Leaders
MONROVIA, April 13 (LINA) – The Mighty Barrolle Sports Association has announced a new corps of officials to assist in efforts at reversing the floundering fortunes of the Association’s various teams.
The appointment of the new officials to assist the Julia Duncan-Cassell-led Administration came at a brainstorming and revival meeting of Barrolle Sports Association involving former players and officials as well as stalwarts of the Association held over the weekend in Monrovia.
According to a statement issued by the BSA those appointed by the Acting Chairman of the Board, Counselor Theophilus C. Gould in consultation with President Julia Duncan-Cassell are Washington Blay, Vice President for Operations; Mr Ivan Brown, Secretary General; James Salinsa Debbah, Technical Director; Mr D. Zeogar Wilson, Vice President for International Affairs and Mr. Ledgerhood Julius Rennie, Assistant Secretary for Press and Public Affairs.
Others appointed are Mr Oliver Rouhana, Chairman and Mr John Y. Brownell, Co-Chair, Ways and Means Committee.
Announcing the appointments, the acting Board Chairman of Mighty Barrolle Sports Association admonished the new officials to work with dedication and commitment, especially at a time when the Association is at its lowest ebb.
“These assignments will require of each of you a little more sacrifice of your professional time and resources to perform, so that we get Barrolle back to its once enviable status,” Chairman Gould told the officials.
Madam Duncan-Cassell welcomed the new officials and expressed thanks and appreciation to former players of Barrolle for coming forward to assist her Administration in managing the affairs of the association.
“Barrolle has made all of us gratified members in the past, so we must now join ranks in rebuilding the Association so that we can again become proud members,” Madam Duncan-Cassell remarked.
Meanwhile, a mass Barrolle Meeting is being planned for a fortnight from now when the Administration is to report to the Board on its plan of action to administer the affairs of the Association