Board of Directors
The Board is the governing body of Fraser Park Sportsville.

Board Members (as November 2016)

Mark Heissenbuttel (chairman)   

Derek Bradley                             

Bill Heaps                                  
Ashley Roper                            

Gary Watkins                            

Glen Walker                              

6.1 Powers of Board
(a) The affairs of FRASER PARK SPORTSVILLE shall be managed by a Board constituted under Rule 6.3 (below).
(b) Subject to this Constitution and the Act, the Board:
(i) Shall control and manage the business and affairs of FRASER PARK SPORTSVILLE;
(ii) May exercise all such powers and functions as may be exercised by FRASER PARK SPORTSVILLE other than those powers and functions that are required by this Constitution to be exercised by the Members in General Meeting; and
(iii) Has power to perform all such acts and things as appear to the Board to be essential or appropriate for the proper management of the business and affairs of FRASER PARK SPORTSVILLE.

6.3. Board Composition
(a) The Board shall consist of seven (7) board members:
1. Two (2) elected board members voted by members at an AGM (taking into account Rule 6.4 (a)).
2. Five (5) appointed board appointed via a process decided by the board (taking into account Rule 6.4 (b))

6.4 Term of Office
(a) The term of office for each elected Board Member shall be for a period of three (3) years.
(b) The term of office of each appointed Board Member shall be for a period two (2) years.
(c) Notwithstanding Rules 6.4(a) and 6.4(b) each Board Member shall be eligible for reappointment. The maximum number of years of service shall not exceed three (3) consecutive terms.

Vacancies on Board
(i) An appointed Board member, who resigns prematurely, shall be replaced for the balance of their term. The Board may co-opt a person onto the Board using rule 6.5 (iii) to cover this period.
(ii) An elected Board member who resigns prematurely shall be replaced at the next AGM; their replacement will serve out the period of the replaced board member.
(iii) The Board has the power to co-opt a person onto the Board to fill a vacancy created by someone resigning prematurely, or for a defined special project. This co-opted person will not have voting rights on the Board.