[www.inewsguyana.com] – Despite the fall out between the West Indies Cricket Board and the Government of Guyana, the CPL matches which was schedule to play at Providence Stadium, Guyana will still be played.
This is according to the local organizers of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League.
Earlier in the month and after the Cricket Administration Bill was passed in the National Assembly Madam Justice Sandra Kurtzious ruled that the executive members of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Anand Sanasie, Anand Kalladeen, Dru Bahadur, Fizul Bacchus, Alfred Mentore, Virendra Chintamanie, Rajesh Singh, Rajendra Singh, Colin Europe, Andy Ramnarine, Lalta Digamber, Ramdeo Kumar, Rayon Griffith, Nazimul Drepaul and Savitri Persaud, be restrained from conducting any affairs of the GCB.
“To be clear, plans for the staging of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League are in no way affected by the passing of Cricket Administration Bill in Guyana,” the statement noted.
The Guyana matches are as follows:
Thursday 17th July at 7:30pm: Guyana Amazon Warriors v The Red Steel – Providence Stadium, Guyana
Saturday 19th July at 4:00pm: Guyana Amazon Warriors v St. Lucia Zouks – Providence Stadium, Guyana
Sunday 20th July at 4:00pm: Guyana Amazon Warriors v Jamaica Tallawahs – Providence Stadium, Guyana
The Limacol Caribbean Premier League (LCPL) organisers are looking forward to a second successful staging of the Biggest Party in Sport and urge the fans to come out and support their teams.