This coming Saturday January 16 could be a historic day in local Table Tennis with the leadership of the body at stake.

Presidential hopeful, Andrew Lue, has requested a meeting where he will asked the affiliates to move a motion of no confidence against the sitting president Godfrey Lothian, who in turn has called his own special general meeting to move a confidence motion on the same day at separate locations.

An appearance in the Supreme Court and two attempts at mediation have not provided resolution between the two over the voters list, forcing both parties to now turn to the affiliates to decide who should govern the affairs of the Association.

Lue told Nationwide Sports today that he has the support of several of the affiliates.

Andrew Lue.

When Nationwide Sports contacted Lothian he said he’ll not be commenting until he meets with his legal team tomorrow.