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SEEMS KENSINGTON’S BONDED WAREHOUSE will be an alternative venue in the Gymnasium’s absence.

Just not for basketball this year.

Charles Griffith doesn’t foresee his sport playing in the prospective indoor facility until 2017, as the acting Barbados Amateur Barbados Association (BABA) president believes the bond still needs too much work to be ready before the end of this season.

“If it is ready for this season then it would be a godsend for us, but as far as I know no work has started there and so obviously we are concerned about the timelines as there is a lot of retrofitting that needs to be done to make it functional,” explained Griffith.

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

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