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3 clubs admitted into FFAS during annual meeting

The three new member clubs are Vaitogi United, Atu’u Broncos and Vaiala Tonga from Pava’ia’i. There were actually four clubs seeking admission but the fourth, Aoa Mountaineers, did not show up for the association’s annual AGM held once a year.
The new clubs, approved by unanimous decision, now brings the number of clubs under FFAS to 17.
Representing the new clubs were: Senovefa Bartley, president of Vaitogi United; Atu’u President Setu Mo’emo’e and Vice-President Faavae Vivao and Vaiala Tonga President Baby Filivao and Vice-President Christopher Taimovai.
Vaiala Tonga is a club consisting of a small Tongan community living in the village of Pava’ia’i.
All of the agenda matters were passed with flying colors and they included the approval of the minutes from the 3rd FFAS AGM (2010), the 2010 Activity Report as well as the auditors and annual accounts of 2010 reports.
In President Iuli Alex Godinet’s welcome address first introduced the newest member to their committee, Black Roses’ president Mrs. Saili Ott. The executive committee has now reached its full maximum requirement of five members.
Iuli also thanked all the presidents for their help in receiving FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter during his arrival in the territory for FFAS’ inauguration ceremony for the refurbished Pago Park Soccer Stadium and the 21st OFC Ordinary Congress earlier in the year.
“We, the executive committee and the staff, cannot do it alone,” Iuli pointed out. “But with all of your help, our preparations for these two big events went off with a success.”
Iuli also reminded the members that at the end of the year FFAS will go through only its second elective process.
A quorum for the AGM was met when 11 of the original 14 clubs from 2010 were present and CEO Tavita Taumua officially declared the Ordinary Congress convened at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 18, 2011.

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