Basketball row unresolved… but players get access to sports hall

Guyana Amateur Basketball Federation (GABF) President Nigel Hinds said yesterday that even though the federation was allowed access to the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall last evening to continue their training, the dispute between the federation and the National Sports Commission (NSC) has not been officially resolved.

Speaking to the media at the Homestretch Avenue facility, Hinds said that until the NSC responds in writing to the federation’s correspondence for use of the venue to prepare their respective association and national teams, the matter currently engaging the two bodies will not be officially solved.

Hinds said that a letter was sent to the office of NSC director Neil Kumar requesting specific dates for national,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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