Twenty-five national sports Associations have been cleared to operate following a mass de-registration by the National Sports Council.
Twenty-one associations were dissolved by the Sports Council for not meeting local and international standard regulations in June last year.
Out of an initial number of thirty-one associations,
only ten survived the NSC's trimming in June last year. The Council's swift decision was backed by the National sports Council's Act of 2000.
A statement from the body urged eligible associations to submit their activity plan for 2013 before a dateline of March 30th.
"The Financial and Activity Reports for the year end 2012 should be submitted to the Sports Council Secretariat on or before March 2013", states the release issued yesterday and signed by Executive Secretary, Max Jallow.
While pledging support for all registered bodies in achieving their outlined aims, the dispatch reminded its affiliates to address concerns/letters directly to the Council not the Sports Ministry.
The following are the re-registered associations 1. Gambia Cycling Association, 2. Gambia Lawn Tennis Association, 3. Gambia Deaf and Hard of Hearing Association, 4. Gambia Nationa' Paralympics Committee, 5. Gambia Volley Ball Association, 6. Gambia Chess Association, 7. Gambia Taekwondo Association, 8. Gambia Weightlifting and Body Building Association, 9. Gambia Draught Association, 10. Gambia Table Tennis Association, 11. Gambia Basket Ball Association, 12. Gambia Hand Ball Association, 13. Gambia Swimming Association, 14. Gambia Combine Service Sports Association, I 5. Gambia Football Association, 16. Gambia Primary School Sports Associations, 17. Gambia Secondary School Sports Association, 18. Gambia Athletic Association, 19. Gambia Boxing Association, 20. Gambia Golf Association, 21. Gambia Karate Association, 22. Gambia Wrest'ing Association, 23. Gambia C(icket Association, 24. Gambia National Interdepartmental Sports Association, and 25. Gambia Sports Journalists Association