THE SECONDARY Schools Football League (SSFL) has extended deepest condolences to the family of former referee Glorick Maynard who died on Thursday at the age of 76.
According to a media release from the SSFL, "Maynard served the game as a match official from the early 1970s and served on the local referees panel during the 1980s. He officiated all levels of the local sport including the Secondary Schools Football League.
"He also served in several administrative roles at the zonal and national level and held the position of third vice president of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Referees Association (TTFRA) and advisor to the training examination and assessment committee of the Eastern Regional Football Association up to the time of his passing. Maynard was notably one of the more experienced referees instructor, assessor and match commissioner serving the game in recent years."
The media release added, "Glorick applied admirable levels of integrity, commitment and sheer love of the game to each of his other roles in football. He will be greatly missed by everybody at the Secondary Schools Football League and its members and our thoughts are with his family, former colleagues and friends."
Maynard's funeral will take place on Wednesday, at the Belgroves Funeral Home, Tacarigua from 1 pm. There will be a viewing of the body on Tuesday.