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Latest News - 11/12/2018

Board Update and Election

Annan Athletic FC Board Election Results

Following on from the recent shareholder ballot the results of this were as follows:

Christopher Bell                                138 Votes

Stephen Bryson                                117 Votes

Susan Bryson                                    92 Votes

Terry O’Donnell                                85 Votes

Kenny Morrison                               52 Votes

These votes were made up by two streams that were collected via an online vote and a vote taken behind the bar where shareholders could vote to elect up to 3 board members. These votes were made up by the following:

Online Club Vote=Total votes cast 156, void votes 0

Christopher Bell                                126 Votes

Steven Bryson                                    103 Votes

Susan Bryson                                     85 Votes

Terry O’Donnell                                74 Votes

Kenny Morrison                               48 Votes

Social Club Vote=Total votes cast 20, void votes 0

Steven Bryson                                    14 Votes

Christopher Bell                                12 Votes

Terry O’Donnell                                11 Votes

Susan Bryson                                      7 Votes

Kenny Morrison                               4 Votes

Votes counted and verified independently by Harry Clarke

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