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Grove Bennett, head of governing board, quits as financial past comes to light

Sandi Logan, an ice-hockey player of six decades, lobbied the board to sack Bennett.

“I’ve got serious reservations as a member, as do the other 5000 members of Ice Hockey Australia, about the couple of hundred bucks I pay every year to the organisation,” Logan said.

“Where’s it going? Who’s using it? Who has access to it?”

Former Ice Hockey Australia chief executive Grove Bennett junior.

While multiple sources familiar with board discussions told The Age and Herald a salary for Bennett’s position as CEO was discussed, Ice Hockey Australia, in an online post, denied money was ever paid.

Bennett’s former Canadian business partner, Steven Barclay, said he almost lost everything after being caught in the self-described high-performance coach’s wake.

In 2014, Bennett and Barclay purchased a Canadian disability aid company, Aroga Technologies.

In a spin-off venture, Bennett…

Read more at www.smh.com.au

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