The Georgetown Amateur Basketball Association (GABA) 2015 Season is scheduled to tip off next week
with an Open First Division and an Under-23 Third Division competition respectively according to the newly elected Executive of the sub-association.
In a circular, the GABA asked clubs to confirm with the association whether or not they have at least a minimum membership of seven players, who are 23 years-old or younger. This was as the result of “the association being in the process of scheduling its first tournament of the year”.
“The tournament will see two categories: (a) Open (commonly referred to as First Division) and (b) Age 23 & Under (commonly referred to as 3rd Division),” the GABA said, adding that both tournaments are expected to run during April 22-May 23 with a break scheduled to accommodate the upcoming Regional and General Elections.
“The above tournament will serve as precursor to (GABA) League, which expected to start Post Caribbean Basketball Championship 2015,” the release continued. The association urged teams to complete their team and player registrations this week.
“Your team and player registrations will determine whether or not your club will participate in this upcoming tournament. If you have already registered your team, then please complete the entire process by submitting the players’ registration list,” the GABA urged.
Newly elected President of the GABA, Junior Andrew Hercules took the opportunity to thank all players and clubs for their cooperation ahead of the new basketball season. Hercules replaced the out-going Michael Singh, who did not seek re-election, earlier this year.
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