The Scottish Lowland Football League can confirm that George Fraser has stepped down from his position as Chairperson.
George’s resignation comes after more than four years on the board and three and a half as chairperson, during which he guided the league through some very difficult times including all the issued caused by the COViD pandemic.
Clubs were told of George’s decision at a meeting tonight.
Speaking after the announcement Vice-Chairperson, Graeme Mullin, said: “The work and effort that George has put in over the past few years is incredible.
“He has been an excellent Chairperson of the league and is a well-respected figure within the game.
“George put in a huge amount of his own time into making the League stronger and better and he certainly succeeded in that regard.
“Everyone from the League wishes him well for the future.”
The League can also confirm that Brendan Parkinson, Chris Ewing and Kenny Murray have been elected to serve as Board members.
A process will now be initiated to elect a new Chairperson within the next week.