No BCA fallout!
THE RESULTS of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) elections will have no impact on the operations of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA).
BCA first vice-president Calvin Hope, made it clear there will be no fall-out even though the local body did not support Ricky Skerritt’s triumphant bid for the presidency of CWI.
“The Barbados Cricket Association is 126 years old. West Indies cricket cannot do without Barbados cricket, Barbados has to lead.
“Barbados cricket supports West Indies’ cricket through thick and thin. So because one may assume or one may feel, that the BCA supported a candidate that did not win, does that mean the BCA will stop operating at the highest level it has always operated on?
“This is not the first time the BCA has supported someone that didn’t win. A West Indies cricket board president does not operate at a secular level. No president has ever done that. He is the president of Cricket West Indies not the president of those who voted for him,” Hope said.
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