President of the Georgetown Amateur Basketball Federation Mike Singh believes that the disrespect shown to the Federation and its executives by the men’s team which just returned from the British Virgin Islands is one of the reasons he has stepped down from his post.
Singh also made reference to another incident which pushed him to step away from the post he has held for just under 2 years
Guyana’s men had several off court issues that threatened their participation. After 3 opening losses the team had two wins to end the competition 5th
And Guyana’s CBC woes continued as the women slumped to their second consecutive defeat this time to Trinidad 96-33. This is the second defeat by sixty or more points for the Guyana ladies after falling to Jamaica yesterday 96-26. Captain Nicole Alder was the only one in double figures scoring almost half the team points with 14. Guyana committed a massive 22 turnovers that yielded 27 points for Trinidad.
Just two days now before the Limacol CPL gets underway in St Georges Grenada and Guyanese fast bowler Ronsford Beaton is back from Injury and ready to go. Also looking to make a bigger impact this year is opener Trevon Griffith
Jimmy Neesham the New Zealand batsman who just scored a hundred and 2 fifties in the just concluded test against the WI is replacing countryman Corey Anderson in the Amazon warrior’s squad and he is relishing the challenge.
Neesham believes the warriors have a good mix.
Guyana and the Antigua Hawksbills open the tournament at two in the afternoon.