Wednesday, April 17, 2024

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ONE WAY OR ANOTHER, basketball is leaving the YMCA for a more high-profile court. Station Hill Cavaliers have threatened to file an injunction against the Barbados Amateur Barbados Association (BABA) unless the life ban imposed on Ricardo Yearwood is rescinded by Thursday.
Cavs head coach Adrian Craigwell made this disclosure yesterday following the conclusion of a BABA Press conference at the Barbados Olympic Association’s Wildey headquarters.
And in a telephone interview with the DAILY NATION, Station Hill’s attorney Arthur Holder said: “I see nothing in the rules that permits the BABA to serve anyone with a life ban.”
He was also critical of how Yearwood’s hearing was conducted: “The rights of natural justice allow for the accused to cross-examine those making the charges, and all that happened at Ricardo’s hearing was that he was shown a video of the jump kick.”
Full story in today’s DAILY NATION.

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