NOT HAPPY: Coach Franklyn Stephenson (back row, centre and below) may not be entering his academy, who were losing finalists last year when they won a number of trophies, in the BCS Under-13 competition. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)
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FORMER PROFESSIONAL cricketer Franklyn Stephenson is planning to pull stumps on his team’s participation in the Barbados Cricket Supplies Under-13 tournament after this year.
Yesterday Stephenson told MIDWEEK SPORT he was taking the action because he was dissatisfied with the way the eight-year-old tournament was being administered.
He said that as a junior tournament the registration fees were too high.
“After this year I don’t think I will continue because I am not in agreement with how management is taking the cricket,” he said. (RG)
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