WITH the elections for the EP Cricket president and vice-president on Saturday, it comes as no surprise who will be on the ballot.
I am disgusted at what has been happening and to receive e-mails from Graeme Sauls who is aligned with the convicted fraudster. A nomination form from a club to which the individual does not belong was signed last year.
Vaughn Robertson from Old Grey immediately withdrew the nomination and is now believed to be canvassing for Sauls among the white clubs.
An unethical person cannot run a major concern as he brings division and will certainly destroy organisations and especially EP Cricket. The nomination for office bearers was to be at the auditors by Friday September 28 and was meant to be confidential until made public on October 2 by the nominations committee.
In two e-mails sent by Sauls on Monday and Tuesday October 1 and 2 to certain northern areas clubs, he indicates he has first hand information about the candidates.
How did he know about the candidates' list before it was made public by the nominations committee as it was confidential information?
This is unethical behaviour by anybody whom is supposedly standing for the highest position in EP Cricket. This must be investigated as soon as possible.
In one e-mail he mentions Donovan May, the former president, standing again and in other e-mail he excludes May's name as a presidential nominee, saying nominees are him and Jerry Mbenge.
Sauls, you are racially dividing our cricket, as your e-mails indicate. Your agenda and promises are not clear, and are confusing all the clubs that you believe are supporting you – there are only a few. Sorry, you don't have my vote and many others.
Embarrassed cricketer and club administrator (name supplied), Port Elizabeth