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The rest of the funds are meant to be divided among the other three clubs.We all know the money went missing, Otis Minors, the St Davids president, said of the June theft.Speaking at the third sector conference Building Hope at the Hamilton Princess yesterday, Ms Foulger said that job losses could eventually be recouped if the organisations could become stronger.



St Davids is waiting for the largest chunk of money close to $20,000 as it was the host club for the 2015 series, which was steeped in controversy after the first round, when champions Cleveland were stripped of the cup and then reinstated after an ill-tempered match against Baileys Bay.By coming together, there is, perhaps, an immediate pain in business where there are some jobs lost but eventually it ends up being a stronger company that can achieve and employ more and contribute more.I would encourage those in the third sector to think about areas where it makes sense to consolidate or merge.Once we get all the stats done up, we give them money.

Arrim Perinchief, president of Baileys Bay, said that all he had heard from the ECCA was that the issue had not been forgotten.

Representatives from the clubs told The Royal Gazette that they had received little to no communication from the association about when or whether they would receive the money.