In an important interview about the future of the Parramatta Eels, Sixties and PNRL Chairman Sean McElduff discuss the upcoming General Meeting and why members need to turn out and vote for constitutional reform.
These reforms have come to be following the horror events of 2016 and the years and years of corrosive groundwork that led to that unmitigated disaster. McElduff explains to Sixties why the three proposed reforms are not only integral to the sustained success of the Eels – they are just good business.
The Annual General Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday the 10th of September and will be held at Bankwest Stadium in the Cumberland Lounge. Gate F is the access point.
Understandably, given the gravity of the issue, people will likely have further questions about the matter. Sean McElduff encourages any members and stakeholders seeking such answers to contact him via the club but in the mean time you are welcome to post any questions in our comment section while you can also refer to the official reform page on the Parramatta Leagues website for further reading.
If you are a eligible voting member (3-years of continuous membership) of the Parramatta Leagues Club I hope to see you all out there!