Archer steps down
THE DRIVING FORCE behind local squash is now taking a backseat.
Two decades after initially taking up the helm, Craig Archer has stepped down from the leadership of the Barbados Squash Association (BSA) after deciding not to seek re-election at the body’s annual general meeting.
It was easily the biggest news coming out of last week’s general elections, which saw hotel executive Monty Cumberbatch elevated to the post of president unopposed.
“I am a firm believer in term limits although it’s not in our constitution, as it was always my philosophy that people at the top need to step aside after a while so people with new and fresh ideas can prevent stagnation,” said Archer, who served as president for the last seven years and 15 in total.
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