Jun 29, 2011 Sports
The Berbice Cricket Board has indicated to the Guyana Cricket Board that it will take no part in the Guyana Cricket Board elections unless a few of the serious prevailing issues are dealt with in a letter to the GCB recently.
In the letter which Kaieteur Sport was able to peruse, the BCB indicated that no one is authorised to represent them at the July 10 scheduled AGM of the GCB, closing the door for any attempt to force a position by the GCB without them as a key stake holder.
They cited among their concerns the status quo of the Demerara Cricket Board and asked about their role, if any, in the scheduled elections.
They called for clarifications on many grey areas of concern, informing the GCB that a meeting is needed to iron out all the kinks being experienced at the moment before any elections are held.
Meanwhile, in an invited comment, Bissoondyal Singh, Vice President of the DCB, noted that, “…whilst there is a need for elections, the views of the Berbice Cricket Board must be fully respected.
There are several outstanding issues that should have been clarified at our next statutory meeting including the massive differences regarding the figures in the audit financial statement and what was given to executives, also the serious issues relating to the Pakistan tour.”
“I believe the President and a few executives think that by calling elections abruptly, the serious allegations that may attract the attention of the police will disappear. The fact that we will not have a quorum at the AGM, the President must immediately summon an emergency meeting to resolve the issues which was indicated by the BCB so that we can have elections as soon as possible.”
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