Former presidential candidate for the Jamaica Table Tennis Association Karen Sinclair-Lym and emerging challenger Andrew Lue have voiced their concern over recent reports relating to the association's audited financial statements.
Sinclair-Lym who has now thrown her support behind Lue also confirmed that she has been contacted by a representative of the association.
In a Jamaica Gleaner article published on Tuesday, Jamaica Table Tennis Association treasurer Darrington Ferguson revealed that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) originally scheduled for Saturday, January 25, will be pushed back as the association waits on the completion of a financial audit.
Ferguson was also quoted as saying, finance chairman Valery Muir who is leading the audit, has been instructed to contact Sinclair-Lym who has until Thursday to submit any other concerns.
Meanwhile Lue who has emerged as a candidate is hoping that some key aspects are reflected in the audit. Lue also wants to see fees for the association's 100 affilliate clubs reflected in the accounts. With September's court ruling declaring the Lothian's election and the changing of the constitution null and void, Sinclair-Lym and Lue are calling on Lothian to cease operating as president until the matter is resolved.