Push for more referees key to FMNC success in 2016: chairman

December 3rd, 2015

Photo: FMNC meeting… club delegates attending the FMNC annual meeting at the Laurieton United Services Club.


Football Mid North Coast has elected football veteran Mike Parsons to lead the organisation for the next 12 months.

Parsons was elected following a successful annual meeting held in Laurieton.

A former player and referee, the current boss of the zone has pinpointed referee numbers as a vital ingredient to the success of the sport.

In a story in the Port Macquarie News by journalist Paul Jobber, Parsons said the central plank of the sport relied on referees.

For more on the story go here http://bit.ly/21tr0rk

Along with Parsons, the remaining executive includes Mark Woodward and Paul Sandilands with board members, Paul Berg, Jonathon Newman, Michael Wallace, Rick Naylor, Jason Ryan, and Tony Hill.

One of the highlights of the annual meeting was the decision to grant former president Graham Pilkie with life membership.

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