folk running the embattled Brisbane club had been alerted more than a week prior to discrepancies surrounding the nominations and ballot papers.
To make matters worse, it’s the second year in a row that basic mistakes have been exposed, making one wonder who is running the show.
Members will now meet on October 10 to decide the future of their club, which suffered a $315,439 loss in the year to March 31 and now faces a “material uncertainty’’ about its ability to stay afloat.
A group of disillusioned members, including several former presidents, are mounting a concerted push for a total board restructure.
NUGGETS FOR DIGGERS
GOOD news in the commodities sector is about as common as hen’s teeth these days so we were struck by an announcement from mining engineering mob Sedgman yesterday.
Boss and four of his fellow board members have all piled in to buy shares in the Brisbane company following last week’s result revealing a $16.5 million profit and a 10 per cent spike in revenue.
Watson ponied up $50,000 on announcement day, with the others stumping up for lesser amounts at the same time. Good to see they’re walking the walk, not just talking the talk.