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Motara: Juniors getting there

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THE KIDS WILL BE READY.

So says national junior coach Zahir Motara, who believes the ongoing BABA Division 1 tournament should adequately prepare Barbados for one of its biggest basketball assignments at August’s Under-18 Centrobasket tournament inPuerto Rico.

Motara gave the assurance during one of the recent training sessions after the squad was cut down to 16 players ahead of its first league game.

“We’ve got between now and August, so hopefully we have enough time to get everything in order because it’s Centrobasket and not CBC [Caribbean Basketball Championships], so it’s going to be pretty tough,” reasoned Motara, a former senior national captain. (JM)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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