Annabel Pennefather hopes to be a good ambassador for Singapore in her international roles

Annabel Pennefather decided not to stand for re-election this year, calling an end to a stint at the SNOC that lasted almost 20 years. PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER
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SINGAPORE - One of Singapore sport's longest-serving sports administrators, Annabel Pennefather, stepped down as a vice-president of the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) at its annual general meeting on Tuesday night (June 5).

The former national hockey player decided not to stand for re-election this year, calling an end to a stint at the SNOC that lasted almost 20 years.

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