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The International Cricket Council has condemned the Guyana government’s interference in the functioning of cricket in Guyana. In a recent meeting in Dubai, the ICC Board took a stand against any government taking over and running cricket in any respective country.

Guyana Cricket Board Must Be The Ultimate Authority

The International Cricket Council will only recognize the local cricket authority through the umbrella of the WICB and no other entity in Guyana in regard to cricket. The ICC Board has strongly opposed the Guyana government’s actions.

Guyana Cricket Board Dissolved

The Guyana government through its sports minister dissolved the Guyana Cricket Board and replaced it with an Interim Committee headed by former West Indies Captain Clive Lloyd.

The Guyana government had dissolved the GCB due to a dispute regarding its July 2011 elections. The elections in which Ram Sat Ali became president were boycotted by some of the board’s constituent members, one of which the Berbice Cricket Board, took the GCB to court, claiming the new administration was not properly established.

Chief Justice Ian Chang ruled that there may be an immediate need for the minister responsible for sports to impose his executive will in the national interest, thus the Interim Committee was setup. The West Indies Cricket Board continues to reject the IMC as the authority in Guyana.

No Cricket In Guyana

The shifting of the Test match at the Guyana National Stadium due for April is imminent and regional, along with international cricket, may not be played at the stadium until this situation has been resolved.

Guyana Defeats Leewards By 234 Runs

Some fine bowling from Devendra Bishoo 4 for 31 and Veerasammy Permaul 4 for 36 demoralized the Leeward Islands batsmen in their second innings bowling in the West Indies Cricket Board Regional Four-Day Tournament.

The Leeward Islands batsmen scored 102 runs in their second innings losing by 234 runs at the Windsor Park in Dominica. Assad Fudadin (52) and Permaul (48) assisted Guyana to 226 in their second inning. Guyana gained 12 points from this first-round match.

Posted 12:00 am, February 8, 2012
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