The Grenada Table tennis Association has elected Kent Joseph as its new president.
He was unanimously elected at the Association’s Annual General Meeting held over the weekend at the Public Workers Union building at Tanteen.
Following his election, Joseph, who replaced Augustine David who did not stand for office, said he was looking forward to working with clubs, players and all the stakeholders to further develop the sport of table tennis.
Joseph has a long association with the sport dating back to the 60s, including representing Grenada in the 80s and today is among the leading veteran competitors.
First Vice President is Police Officer Chris Campbell who was re-elected for another term. The Secretary is Ray Roberts with Alison
Green, Assistant Secretary.
The Treasurer is Carl Felix, Public Relations Officer Amanda John, and Floor Members are Nelson Lewis, Dr. Alister Antoine and Jason Stanisclaus who is also director of coaching.
Within the next two weeks, two table tennis tournaments will be contested – beginning this Saturday with the St. John Open coordinated by Ministry of Sport Coach Rose Dannah followed by the GTTA Anthony George memorial on July 2nd.