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BCA Beef


HAYDN GILL Associate Editor (Sports)

BCA Beef

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THE MAN looking to unseat Julian Hunte as West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president has expressed dissatisfaction that he was denied the opportunity to make a campaign presentation to the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA).
Dave Cameron, the WICB’s current vice-president who will be challenging Hunte for the top post at the regional governing body’s annual general meeting in Barbados next Wednesday, made a request to the BCA “months ago” seeking an audience to outline his credentials and vision.
In an interview with the WEEKEND NATION ahead of ballot, the 42-year-old Jamaican is claiming that his offer was ignored by the BCA, whose board of management met on Monday night and ratified a decision to throw its support behind Hunte as president and Joel Garner, the BCA head, as vice-president.
“I am terribly disappointed by the lack of response from the BCA since we are supposed to hold West Indies cricket in high regard,” Cameron said.

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