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THE Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) will definitely be coming to the crease for incumbents Dave Cameron and Emmanuel Nanthan to continue to lead Cricket West Indies (CWI).

BCA president Conde Riley made the revelation in an interview with NATIONSPORT yesterday.

Riley also no-balled charges that the BCA didn’t allow Cameron’s presidential opponent Ricky Skerritt and his vice-president running mate, Dr Kishore Shallow, to address its members in the lead-up to the CWI’s electoral nomination process.

In defending the BCA’s position, Riley said shortly after receiving the letter from Skerritt and Shallow, a vote was taken at the association’s monthly meeting on February 12 to support Cameron and Nanthan in their bid to be re-elected as president and vice-president, respectively, for another two-year term.

“Once the board decided that they were supporting the incumbents, that was it. You can’t come out and go against something that has been agreed on a vote by the full BCA board,” said Riley while making it abundantly clear that it was a board decision and not a personal one.

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