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BCB To Skip GCB "Elections"

BCB President Anil Beharry confirmed that his Board will not attend the upcoming Guyana Cricket Board "elections".

BCB U-17 Inter-Secondary Tourney

The Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) on Wednesday launched the A Ally and Sons Under-17 Inter-Secondary School tournament.

Foster Quits as BCB Official

Hilbert Foster has stepped down as Chairman of the highly successful Berbice Cricket Board Special Events Committee.

Beharry is New BCB President

Anil Beharry was elected the new President of the Berbice Cricket Board when the body held its annual general meeting and elections yesterday at its office in New Amsterdam. Beharry defeated Vickram Seubarran by 22 votes to 16 to take the post.

Anil Beharry

Anil Beharry was a tidy left-arm orthodox spinner and big-hitting left-handed batsman for Berbice in Limited Overs cricket, from 1995 to 1997. He was invited to the national trials for the regional List A competition in 1996.

Beharry Praises Amsterdam, Moore

When Leslie Amsterdam, the former BCB President, asked me to serve as Treasurer in 1997 and I agreed, I had ventured into cricket administration.

Where Are The Selectors?

Where Are Selectors? CRICKET Club officials in Berbice have expressed grave concern about the absence of selectors who fail to attend matches organised by the Guyana Cricket Board of Control (GCBC).

BCBC Denies Writer's Claims

IN YOUR issue of January 1, 1988 under the headline "What's Happening with Berbice Cricket" (page 22) the writer comments that TWO incidents in the recent First Division final and semi-final indicates "there are problems as far as cricket ls concerned in Berblce."

What's Happening in B'ce?

TWO incidents which occurred In the recent First Division final and semi-final indicates that there are problems as far as cricket is concerned in Bernice.

Keep Battles on Pitches

Cricket battles are supposed to be fought in the playing arenas, in like manner of the Guyana senior team's undertaking in the preliminary rounds of the current Busta Cup competition.

However, another fight of an internal nature seems to be brewing among local administrators in the boardrooms.

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