GROUP 19’s most successful club of the past 15 years is still alive and kicking, but needs a little more help.
The Guyra Super Spuds hold a “do or die” meeting tomorrow night to decide whether it will continue in 2013 or drop out of the competition after three previous failures to form a committee.
But after a positive response from locals there is a good chance the club will be back on the field this winter.
It has scheduled one more meeting tomorrow night to decide whether to go ahead and is asking for a few more people to put their hand up.
Most executive and committee positions should be filled at that meeting but the role of president is the most important position that needs to be allocated and, if a leader is not found, the club can’t continue.
The Spuds have played in 10 of the past 12 Group 19 first grade grand finals and have also been a force in the women’s leaguetag competition, competing in the past three grand finals.
With such a great history behind the club, a number of Guyra stalwarts attended last Thursday’s meeting, along with several other supporters, ensuring the club won’t be folding just yet.
Anyone interested in helping keep the Spuds on the paddock in 2013, especially anyone keen to take on the role of president or any other executive position, should attend tomorrow night’s meeting from 6.30pm at the Guyra Bowling Club.