THIS past weekend saw EP Cricket elect a new president and vice-president for the forthcoming year.
The article by Alvin Reeves on Monday October 15 makes mention of Graeme Sauls beating Donovan May in a tightly contested election for the presidency by four votes.
It became known after the election that Sauls carried multiple proxies from clubs to elect himself.
Where is the fairness when a person will stoop so low as to elect himself with multiple proxies?
In an article in The Herald last week, Saul's unethical ways were made clear, as well as his alliance with convicted fraudster Rajan Moodaley who is still snooping around EP Cricket circles causing division.
This is a serious concern for me as cricketer and administrator. My fear is that this ship is going to sink fast now that you two are working in tandem.
I am also amazed that the fraudster would stand up in the meeting to point out the allegations of fraud laid against EP Cricket this year.
A dispute should be lodged to disqualify Sauls and his mates from further activity at EP Cricket.
It is also a disgrace that you have taken away our country votes. They are now in the "wilderness" although still funded by EP Cricket.
Gerald Smith, Uitenhage Club