Johanna Wood re-elected as president of New Zealand Football

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Johanna Wood has been re-elected for a second term as present of New Zealand Football.

Meanwhile, the national body’s Executive Committee (ExCo) has a new vice present, Scott Moran, and two newly-elected members.

They are former Mainland Football CEO Julian Bowden and Spark NZ senior executive Rajesh Singh.

Riann Umaga-Marshall (Ngāi te Rangi, Whakatōhea, Tūhourangi) was elected to the Executive Committee, having been co-opted to ExCo in August 2021.

Retiring from ExCo were Garry Carnachan and former Auckland Football chair Bob Patterson.

The election of ExCo took place at NZ Football’s annual congress held on May 26.

It now consists of Johanna Wood (President), Scott Moran (Vice President), Rakesh Naidoo, Andrew Bowater, Jackie Barron, Sarah Gibbs, Richard Kerr-Bell, Riann Umaga-Marshall, Julian Bowden and Rajesh Singh.

New Zealand Football has had 40% female representation on the Executive Committee since 2020, in line with the Sport NZ target.

Congress approved financial statements showing NZ Football had an operating surplus of $2.7 million for the financial year ending December 31, 2021. It has reserves of $11.4 million.

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