Southern Zone elects first cycling executive Print E-mail
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Thursday, 11 April 2013 00:00

L-r Hilly Martinez, Raymond Lashley, Sharon Frazier and Haidie GomezThe Interim Committee that has been charged with the way forward for cycling in Belize is currently conducting zone elections. The first of the zone elections were held on Saturday April 6, at the Sentor Building in Independence Village, Stann Creek District.

The elections were conducted by an Electoral Commission appointed by the Belize Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association, which consisted of Magistrate Sharon Frazier, Raymond Lashley and Hadie Gomez. Also in attendance were 2nd Vice Chairman of the National Sports Council Robert Allen and member of the National Sports Council Board David Griffith.

Before the election process took place, the gathering was briefed by Mr. Hilly Martinez, President of the Belize Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association, on the role and responsibilities of the Southern Zone Association.

At the end of the voting process, Cordel Gordon received 12 votes while Brian Levi received 2. As a result, Cordell Gordon was duly elected President of the Southern Zone Cycling Association. For the post of Vice President, Peter Morgan was elected; Keisha West was elected as Secretary, Elizabeth Zabaneh was elected as Treasurer and Tony Zabaneh Sr. was elected committee member. All were duly elected unopposed.

Cordell Gordon along with two other Executive Members will participate in the National elections scheduled for this month in Belize City.