Riley challenging Garner for BCA helm
JOEL GARNER is facing another challenge from Conde Riley for the top post of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA).
Garner, the BCA president since 2007, will face off against Riley when the 13th special meeting of members is held on August 6 at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre.
Riley, a current member of the board, challenged Garner for the presidency two years ago but was unsuccessful.
Calvin Hope, who has also previously lost to Garner for the top post, is coming up against incumbent first vice-president Deighton Smith.
Maurice Gaskin, the current third vice-president, is the sole nominee for two positions – second vice-president and third vice-president.
Outgoing second vice-president Wendell Kellman is not seeking re-election.
Former third vice-president Jeff Broomes is seeking the position of honorary secretary against the current holder Anthea Ishmael.
Incumbent treasurer Jason King is the lone candidate for the post. (HG)