The Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) wishes to place on record its strongest objections to the recent announcement of an elections purported to be that of the Upper Demerara Cricket Association (UDCA).
More than once, the DCB had warned the authors of this ill fated Cricket Administration Bill that the passage of the Bill in its present form will not solve the problems that have engulfed cricket administration ever since January 2011 when a few disgruntled persons branched off and held an illegal and parallel AGM of the DCB.
The DCB has always maintained that the crux of this entire manufactured controversy lies in the thorough investigation of the events leading up to this parallel AGM. The DCB had videotaped the Executive Committee Meeting that was held in January 2011 that fixed the date and venue for its 2011 AGM and this evidence was publicly aired on national television.
Failing to adhere to these rudimentary aspects of natural justice will only create more confusion and controversy, which seems to be the hallmark of this grouping of disgruntled administrators.
More so, there is a legal action and interlocutory injunction that currently exists against the perpetrators of this action, namely Bissoondyal Singh, Roger Harper etal, which is still pending in our judicial system and needs to be allowed to have its natural progression throughout that process.
DCB is also aware that UDCA also has an injunction against that body.
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