Colin hangs up his boots and pen as general secretary search starts
THE Carmarthenshire Football League is looking for a new general secretary following the retirement of Colin Jenkins after 15 years in the job.
A former player and referee, Mr Jenkins has devoted his life to football and was secretary of Porth Tywn Suburbs when they progressed from the local football ranks to the higher echelons of the Welsh League in the mid 1990s and early 2000s. He became Carmarthenshire League general secretary in 2004.
As Mr Jenkins has now decided to hang up his boots and pen, the league executive committee is looking for a suitable candidate to carry on his sterling work.
Applications are welcome by sending an email to league chairman Richard Barnes at [email protected] com with a covering letter and an up-todate CV.
Suitable candidates should, ideally, have some knowledge of football administration and have IT keyboard skills and be conversant with social media and the use of apps.
The closing date for applications is Saturday, June 1.
League bosses are also considering applications for the position of match day administrator, which would involve liaising with clubs on match days regarding postponements and the recording of final scores.
Applications for this role are also to be sent to [email protected]
Colin Jenkins, former Carmarthenshire League secretary.