New Chair of DFSNZ Appointed
Minister for Sport and
1 February 2013 Media
New Chair of DFSNZ
Sport and Recreation Minister Murray
McCully today named former High Court Judge Warwick Gendall
as the next Chair of Drug Free Sport New
“Justice Gendall’s legal expertise and
experience as a sports administrator will be invaluable to
the board of New Zealand’s sports drug agency,” Mr
As a barrister, Justice Gendall was
involved in a number of sport and drug cases. He also served
as Chair of New Zealand Football Council, and has been a
FIFA delegate and admissions inspector.
replaces Michael Heron who was last year appointed
“My thanks to outgoing Chair, Mike
Heron, who provided strong and effective leadership of the
organisation,” Mr McCully says.
Justice Gendall’s term
as Chair runs until 31 July 2015.
Former Silver Ferns
captain Lesley Rumball has been reappointed to the
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