Mackenzie stays Sharks president

2014-12-04 09:04
Graham MacKenzie (Gallo Images)

Durban - Graham Mackenzie has been re-elected as president of the KwaZulu-Natal Rugby Union, the Sharks' official website reports.

The union’s annual general meeting recently took place where the president, deputy president, senior vice-president and junior vice-president roles were all retained, while there was a change among the four additional members.

Mackenzie was re-elected as president for another two-year term, Francois Louis was re-elected deputy president for a further year.

Len Anderson stood down and Sandile Ngwenya from Pietermaritzburg has replaced him on the executive committee. He joins Messrs Lulu Bodla, Doug Hoskins and Bongani Msomi.

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