Nedd heads GBA disciplinary committee

first_imgGUYANA Boxing Association vice- president,Gordon Nedd,was yesterday appointed chairman of the association’s Disciplinary Committee.Nedd, a Guyana Defence Force Captain, will lead a five-man team that will decide on penalties to be meted out to delinquent boxers and officials,over the next two years.Head coach of the Essequibo Boxing Gym,Clifton Moore, is the vice chairman. The other members are GBA Assistant Secretary/Treasurer Stacy Corriea, former vice chairman of the Referee/Judge Commission,Elton Chase,and Three Star Coach Sebert Blake.The committee will commence work immediately and will soon review a report by secretary of the Barbados Boxing Association,Kathy Harper-Hall.The veteran regional sport administrator had documented a complaint to GBA president,Steve Ninvalle, following the conclusion of the Caribbean Development Tournament held in Barbados last December.Her complaint surrounded the behaviour of one Guyanese official and a boxer. Ninvalle disclosed that the appointment of the committee sets in motion an important component of the fraternity as countries affiliated to AIBA recently signed on to a new Code of Conduct with heavy emphasis on the eradication of indiscipline.last_img

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