The Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) case was adjourned for the second time yesterday by Chief Justice Ian Chang, this time to Thursday.
Chang ordered lawyers Anil Nandalall and Roysdale Forde to arrive at a consensus on the way forward for the embattled organisation GCB. This order, according to a source can see a ruling being made on Thursday, signalling the end of the almost three-week-old court case after the controversial GCB elections on July 10 at the Georgetown Cricket Club pavilion.
Angela Haniff, in her capacity as Secretary of the Berbice Cricket Board, a constituent member of the GCB, and a Delegate of the BCB at the Annual General Meeting of the GCB that was held on July 10, was granted an injunction preventing the new executive, headed by Ramsey Ali, to perform any duties on behalf of that organisation.
The action was brought against the new executive body which includes Ramsey Ali, Fizul Bacchus, Alfred Mentore, Anand Sanasie, Dru Bahadur, Anand Kalludeen, Colin Europe, Troy Mendonca, Terrence Holder, Rayon Griffith, Nazimul Drepaul, Chetram Singh (Trustee) and Lionel Jaikaran (Trustee).
Lawyers Anil Nandlall and Manoj Narayan had appeared on Haniff’s behalf.