Grover Harmon is re-elected as Tupapa Maraerenga’s president. The 30-year-old player will remain as the president of the biggest football club from Cook Islands until 2024.
The official announcement was made through Tupapa Maraerenga’s official page on Facebook – “We are pleased to announce that the following amazing persons have been elected as the Tupapa Maraerenga FC Executive Committee Members for 2020-2024,” said the statement.
Mii Piri-Savage is going to be the club’s Vice President while Pauline Dean and Tokoa Harmon will be Secretary and Treasurer, respectively.
Grover is well known in Oceania due to his commitment with football in his nation. He played seven OFC Champions League editions and represented Cook Islands National Team in ten matches. His young brother Lee is currently playing for Ellerslie AFC from New Zealand.