John began his playing career with National Provincial Bank in 1966, staying with the club through the merger with Westminster Bank in 1970. He ultimately moved to West Wickham in 1972 and played as a centre-back into the 21st century. In 1970 he became a member of the National Westminster Bank committee and joined the West Wickham committee in 1974, holding most roles on the committee since.
He joined the League Management Committee in 1986, becoming Honorary Secretary in 1993, a role he held until becoming Chairman in 2004. He held this role until 2011 and was made President of the League in 2017. In the interim he became an elected Vice-President of the AFA in 2000 and a Life Vice-President 2003. He served on the AFA Board from 2004, and in 2013 was appointed as Chairman of the AFA - the highest role in AFA football.
IAN HUNTER, MBE
Ian joined Civil Service as a winger in 1972, stepping up to the club committee in 1975. He joined the League Management Committee in 1980 and has held his current position of Chairman since 2011. In 2014 Ian was made an MBE for lifelong service to football.
Jonathan joined Barclays Bank AFC in 1997 as a goalkeeper, stepping up to the club committee in 2002. He stayed with the club through its name change to BB Eagles and subsequent merger, in 2015, when it became part of Ibis Eagles FC.
He joined the Legaue Management Committee in 2008, taking on the role of Treasurer with immediate effect and joined the AFA Council in 2010, becoming a Director in 2011.
Nick began playing for Old Latymerians in 1979 as a left-back, joining the club committee in 1981. He held various positions on the club committee up until 2000. In 1991 he joined the League Management Committee, becoming Vice-Chairman in 2012.e Nick joined the AFA Council in 1997, joining the Board and becoming a company director in 2012.
Alongside these duties, Nick refereed SAL and AFA football from 1981 until 2009.
Colin joined Borough Polytechnic as a defender in the colts side in 1964. He joined the club committee in 1971 and saw the club through name changes and a merger into what is now South Bank Cuaco. Colin joined the League Management Committee in 2004, taking up his current position as Assistant Secretary in 2010. In addition to his admin roles, Colin is a qualified referee who officates on a weekly basis in the SAL.
Asst Treasurer, SPONSORSHIP OFFICER & CUP SECRETARY
Martin joined Old Finchleians while still at school in 1975, playing as a midfielder for three decades before joining the club committee in 2005. He joined the League Management Committee in 2007 taking on the role of Sponsorship Officer in 2008, Assistant Treasurer in 2012 and Cup Secretary in 2016. He
Eric joined Old Actonians Association in 1983, playing as centre-back or goalkeeper until 2010 when he turned his attention to refereeing. He joined the club committee in 2010 and became a member of the League Management Committee in 2009, spending one season as Honorary Secretary before switching roles with Graeme Wilson in 2010 to become Match Secretary.
Bob joined Old Dorkinians FC in 1972 as a goalkeeper. He joined the club committee in 1979 filling numerous roles before, in 1988, becoming a member of the Old Boys League committee. When the league joined with the Southern Olympian League to form the Amateur Football Combination in 2002, Bob became the Referees Secretary, also serving the London Old Boys Cup. In 2012 Bob stepped down from the AFC committee, joining the SAL as Referees Secretary the same year.
ASST REFEREES SECRETARY & YOUTH FOOTBALL LIAISON OFFICER
Mark joined Norsemen in 1975 and took on the role of 6th XI captain in 1981. He joined the club committee in 2009 and served for four years before joining the League Management Committee in 2013. Since 2014 Mark has been the Assistant Referees Secretary and in 2016 he became the Youth Liaison Officer, leading the U21 League project from 2017-18. Mark is also a qualified referee and member of the AFA Youth Committee.
Sachin joined the Old Lyonians as a goalkeeper in 2005 and joined the club committee in 2010. He hung up his gloves in 2014, swapping them for a whistle when he qualified to referee in the SAL. He joined the League Management Committee in 2017, taking over the role of Results Secretary.
Steve joined Lloyds Bank AFC in 1980, becoming a committee member three years later. Playing as a goalkeeper, he continued through the club's various guises until 2017. He joined the League Management Committee in 2015 and took on his current role as Registration Officer at the same time.
Bob's involvement in football began in 1969 when joined Standard Chartered Bank FC in the London Banks FA playing in midfield. He served on the committee of the LBFC from 1980 to 1985. In 1984 he joined Old Finchleians who were then in the Southern Olympian League, whose committee he served from 1992 until 1999 when they joined the SAL. He joined the Old Finchleians committee upon joining the club in 1984 and led the 1st team to two AFA Senior Cup finals in 1998 and 1999, winning the second.
Bob took on his current role as Representative Team Manager in 2000, leading the team to the historic FA Inter-League Cup success in 2008, a triumph which led to the subsequent UEFA Regions Cup campaign in Italy. A UEFA 'B' Licence holder, Bob also manages the AFA senior and youth representative teams. Bob is also the Secretary of the Old Boys Cup Competition and works as the AFA's Football Development Officer.
Other than that, he doesn't have much to do with football.
Ronnie joined Norsemen as a centre-back in 1993, before joining the club committee in 2005. In 2016 he joined the League Management Committee, becoming Discipline Officer in 2017. He is also a qualified referee who officiates weekly on SAL matches
Representatives on the A.F.A. Council
Graeme joined Old Owens in 1999, playing as a goalkeeper. He joined the club committee in 2002 and in 2008 He joined the League Management Committee. He served for one season as Match Secretary before switching roles with Eric Owen to become Honorary Secretary, a role he fulfilled until standing down in 2017. Graeme is also Results Secretary for the Old Boys Cup competition.
"Buzz", as he is commonly known, joined Carshalton in 1988, playing a left-back. He joined the club committee in 1990 and has held countless roles in the adult and youth sections since and is currently serving as president. He joined the League Management Committee in 2016, participating in the recent restructure of the Junior and Minor divisions.
Jim joined Civil Service in 1981 as a centre-forward, stepping up to the club committee in 1986. He serves as a committee member to this day, and joined the League Management Committee in 2015. In 2015, as Chairman of Civil Service FC, he took part in the draw for the 2nd Round Proper of the FA Cup, which was held at Civil Service FC in Chiswick.
Dominic was a founder member of his club, Old Blues, in 2011, having first played against the school as a group of fomer pupils in 2003, playing mostly about at centre-back, when his excitement didn't get the better of him and push him forward into an attacking midfield role. He joined the SAL commmittee for 2016-17.
Tuesday 12 September 2017
Monday 9 October 2017
Tuesday 14 November 2017
Thursday 11 January 2018
Tuesday 20 February 2018
Monday 19 March 2018
Thursday 12 April 2018
Thursday 17 May 2018
All meetings held at Civil Service Club, 13-15 Great Scotland Yard, London, SW1A 2HJ (020 7930 4881) unless otherwise stated.