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guardian.co.tt Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Bassarath opens Cricket
Centre to afternoon joggers
President of the T&T Cricket
Board (TTCB) is making a call
to the public to come and use
the National Cricket Centre
(NCC) in Couva because ac-
cording to him: "It is theirs."
The Moruga resident said he re-
cently noticed developments con-
cerning the use of the Ato Boldon
Stadium by members of Balmain
and the surrounding communities
who used the venue's compound
to exercise on afternoons but they
have since been barred from using
the facility by its management.
"I read with absolute horror at
the situation where the public is
now being debarred from using
the compound of the Ato Bol-
don Stadium. I don't know who
made that decision whether the
SPORTT or the Ministry of Sport,
but I can tell you whoever made
that decision, does not under-
stand the simple fact that they
don't own the venue.
"The venue is the property of
the people of Trinidad and Toba-
go. This is absolute madness and
I am therefore opening the gates
of the NCC to the public. I want
them to come down and use the
NCC for their training and healthy
lifestyle practice because this is
theirs and no one can tell them
"I am hoping also that those
who made the decision to stop
the people from using the Ato
Boldon Stadium, would realise
the wrong they have committed
and correct it.
"I can't understand how the
Government of the day could sit
by and allow this to happen. The
people of Balmain have been us-
ing the carpark and roadway to
walk as we all encourage healthy
lifestyle. What are the authorities
telling them by their action?
"Someone needs to stand up to
all this madness and put an end
"In the meantime, the NCC will
remain open and I would love to
see when I drive out here on eve-
nings, the place is well populated
by the people, doing their stuff."
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