West Indies cricket July 14, 2012

'The chaos that is Jamaican cricket'

Jamaica may be among the successful Caribbean sides, but Orville Higgins, for Jamaica Gleaner , writes that Jamaican cricket is not run in a most healthy manner, after 12 Under-15 cricketers were deemed ineligible for a regional competition four

Jamaica may be among the successful Caribbean sides, but Orville Higgins, for Jamaica Gleaner, writes that Jamaican cricket is not run in a most healthy manner, after 12 Under-15 cricketers were deemed ineligible for a regional competition four days before departing for the tournament.

Jamaica's cricket, over the last few years, has been littered with a whole bunch of problems, which include, but aren't confined to, incompetent workers, bickering, and infighting. If some are to be believed, 'infighting' can be quite literal. In one famous case recently, a sitting president was accused of beating up another board member, hours before an election!

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