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Bayview YMPC are hoping that arbitration will resolve the dispute surrounding their Sagicor General Twenty20 quarter-final match against Crane Resort St Catherine.
President of YMPC, Calvin Watson, told THE NATION, the club wanted arbiters to be involved in the matter that has been raging since St Catherine won the rain-shortened encounter by ten wickets via the Duckworth-Lewis Stern Method on June 4 at the 3Ws Oval.
Last month, YMPC protested the outcome, contending the match officials breached the competition’s playing regulations.
Watson said the club was awaiting correspondence from the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) to determine if they (the BCA) were going to arbitration. (MK)
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