Football: Western Border faced with Smart decision

READY TO STEP UP: Trevor Smart looks likely to bring his council and sporting experience to the table as the next president of the Western Border Football League, with the final decision to be made at a board meeting in the coming weeks.

THE Western Border Football League will have a new president this season, with the deal all-but done.

Former president Darren Philps has moved on for employment reasons, with Grant District Council chief executive Trevor Smart his likely successor.

The final decision will be made at the league board meeting in the coming weeks, but at this stage it all looks set.

Should Smart be installed as president, he will bring plenty of experience and professionalism to the table, with not just his current council position, but also his previous involvement with the sport, as umpire, player and administrator.

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