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BCA sticking to its guns

JUSTIN MARVILLE, [email protected]

BCA sticking to its guns

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THE BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION (BCA) won’t be compromising on their rules.

Combermere look set to lose the points they gained from last month’s opening round Super Cup match against Carlton after three of their cricketers opted to play for the school instead of Barbados Youth.

Director of cricket Steven Leslie said the matter was still under investigation, but confirmed the BCA will definitely impose the relative penalties if a school is found to be in breach of Regulation 18 (a): Membership of Clubs And Composition of Team.

“We are certainly going to implement the rules as they stand relevant to any penalties in terms of individuals being selected for the Barbados Youth and not turning up to do what they were asked to do,” said Leslie during a press conference at Kensington Oval. (JM)

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.