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Deputy to challenge BNA chief

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Deputy to challenge BNA chief

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One challenger has emerged to oppose president Octavia Gibson in the upcoming Barbados Netball Association (BNA) elections.
Juanita Cordle, a former national netball player and current vice-president, has thrown her hat into the ring against Gibson. Cordle has also been nominated for the post of vice-president, and she can expect to be challenged by Cameron Greenidge and Carlos Lovell.
Michelle Lorde, Cheryl Howard-Bartlett,Tracy Leacock and Karen Rock are all in the race for assistant secretary treasurer, while Lovell, Greenidge, Rock, Hilford Murrell and Kim Devonish have put forward their names as directors, of which two will be chosen.
Honorary secretary Alicia Jemmott and treasurer Daisy Browne have been nominated unopposed.
Meanwhile, the BNA also announced that Marion Johnson-Hurley has been appointed assistant coach of the Barbados Under-21 team and Denese Morgan has been retained as manager. The coach is Sonya Knight. (SAT)