Feb 28, 2013 Sports Comments Off on Linden’s final basketball team to surface today
Linden’s final representative basketball team for the much-anticipated and long awaited clash against Georgetown Saturday night at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall will surface today after a meeting last night to choose the likely players.
Secretary at the Linden Amateur Basketball Association (LABA), Joseph Chapman told Kaieteur Sport yesterday that the association will be meeting to further reduce the squad it had shortlisted last week to the team that will represent them.
Georgetown has already named its team for one of the biggest local basketball clashes in quite some time; the game is an initiative of the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) to jump off its 2013 Season, which it hopes will be major.
The likely players that will compete for Linden will include Steve Neils Jr., Shane Webster, Neil Marks, Marvin Hartman, Orin Rose, Chris Williams, Marlon Pollydore, Allister Webster, Harold Adams, Quincy Jones, Marl Louis, Keon Cameron and Orlando Glasgow.
Neils captained the last national senior basketball team that played in Bahamas at the Caribbean Basketball Confederation Championships and has Hartman, Marks and Quincy Jones as the only other senior players on the team.
Like Georgetown, the Linden team has a youthful mix that should make the game a balanced and competitive clash. The initiative forms part of both new president’s, Michael Singh in the Garden City and Haslyn Graham in the Mining Town, vision to have the sport played at a high level in both towns.
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