Oct 31, 2012 Sports Comments Off on LABA meets tonight to look at Jets protest
The Linden Amateur Basketball Association (LABA) will meet with its table officials and referees this evening at 6:30pm at the Mackenzie Sports Club pavilion and one hour later at 7:30pm will discuss the protest made by the Amelia’s Ward Jets. This follows their controversial loss against Retrieve Raiders on Sunday night when key player centre Shane Webster was fouled out late in the fourth quarter even though he was tagged with four and not five fouls as required for ejection.
Both the Jets and Raiders went into that game unbeaten in the BOSAI Minerals Group (Guyana) sponsored Open Challenge Basketball championship where the top four of the six contesting clubs will advance to the semifinals for a place in the final
The respective referees and table officials for that game between the Jets and Raiders are invited to attend this important meeting along with one representative from the Raiders and Jets teams. The LABA Executive hopes to resolve also issues pertaining to the conduct of basketball fans towards officials during matches and will address both concerns while it is appealing for its members to make themselves available for this important meeting this evening.
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