B/ballers banned!

Kumar stops b/ball teams from training at CASH; GABF president calls the situation an atrocity

Director of Sport Neil Kumar yesterday told the Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) that he was withdrawing with immediate effect permission for the GABF’s usage of the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall (CASH) for its training of the various national basketball teams.

According to president of the GABF Nigel Hinds, the message from Kumar was conveyed the GABF vice president Mike Singh who met with Kumar yesterday.

Singh was tightlipped when contacted for a comment yesterday by Stabroek Sport and told this newspaper to contact Hinds for a comment.

Hinds yesterday called the action by Kumar unprofessional and said it  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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