By Adrian Proszenko
17 December 2017 - The Sun-Herald
These are the 19 candidates and the order they will appear on the ballot paper at the Canterbury board election in February.
Chris Anderson is in top spot in what is a record field of candidates battling for control of Belmore.
"Back to Belmore" patron Luke Brailey, who drew fifth spot during the ballot for places, is favouring the "Reform" ticket seeking to install Lynne Anderson as chair.
"Somehow, there has been a breakdown in the relationship between the Bulldogs and Back to Belmore," Brailey said. "Whether Ray Dib, Raelene Castle, the fall of the Roman Empire or the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD that destroyed Pompeii are to blame is completely inconsequential. We're happy to wipe the slate clean, make a fresh start and press the reset button on our relations with Belmore Sports Ground's primary occupant."