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Embattled Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) president Conde Riley says the results of last week’s Cricket West Indies (CWI) elections should not cost him his job.

Riley, who supported outgoing CWI president Wycliffe “Dave” Cameron in last Sunday’s elections in Jamaica, told the Saturday Sun he doesn’t fear any backlash at the forthcoming BCA elections, slated for July.

“I have worked hard, whoever beats me has to overturn 200 votes. I haven’t done anything wrong. Barbados is performing well.

“I want to start the indoor facility as soon as possible. We have had the drawings since 2005 but no one [is doing] anything and Kensington Oval Management Inc. (KOMI) will not allow us to start work on the nearby Armstrong building.

 

 

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