|West Division Counties L to R-- Maureen Woodhead (Captain RLCGA), Sandi Street (ALCGA Captain)|
Fiona Scott (Captain LLCGA), Alisoun Fairbairn (D&A Captain), Gillian McGinlay (Vice Captain RLCGA),
Lesley Lloyd (Past Captain LLCGA)
The meeting started on a sombre note as out-going President, Emma Wilson, asked for a moment's silence to remember three stalwarts of the Scottish women's game who died within the last year. They were past British Champion and Curtis Cup player Moira Milton, past Vet's Captain and President Liz Miskimmin and Scottish Senior Internationalist Moira Thomson.
SLGA's Chairman Shona Malcolm then gave an informative annual report which was followed by the Finance Director Lynne Terry's detailed accounts annual review. The annual report of the Scottish representatives on the Executive Council of the LGU was then given by Lorna Bennett.
Margaret MacNaughton was elected as the new President and Renfrewshire's Wendy Cameron and Rosemary Dykes, Lanarkshire's Jean Cameron, D&A's Belle Robertson and Ayrshire's Nancy Chisholm were all re elected as one of the 12 Vice Presidents.
|Fiona Cowan and Beth Paterson|
Lynne Terry steps down as Finance Director after 10 years service - As will the company Secretary Sheila Hartley who retires in February.
Kevin Craggs was reappointed as the Scottish Representative on the Training Panel of the LGU and Dr Lynne Terry and June McEwan were reappointed as the Scottish Representatives on CONGU.
The new Scottish Selectors were appointed - Noreen Fenton (East) and past Renfrewshire County player Addi Shamash (South).
Anne Laing (West Division) and Cara Gruber (North Division) remain as Selectors for their second year.
Isabel Crawford was reappointed as the Scottish Repesentative on the International Selection Committee of the LGU and her deputy Fiona de Vries who also was appointed onto the International Selection Committee of the LGU.
The Annual Membership Subscription for the SLGA remained at £14.
There was no further discussion on amalgamation with the SGU as further talks are in progress. The only AOCB point was the mention of Distance Measuring Devices which the SLGA have still followed the R&A advice. However, Shona Malcolm stated that with so many Clubs and Organisations allowing them now then she was sure that perhaps this may change -- So watch this space !!
The meeting finished within an hour with a very able Vote of Thanks from Mary Richardson, Captain of Midlothian County Ladies.
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|SLGA AGM 2012|