WICB to move third Test from Guyana

The WICB were outraged by President Ramotar's decision to pass the Cricket Administration Bill

The WICB were outraged by President Ramotar’s decision to pass the Cricket Administration Bill

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The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have decided to move the third Test between the West Indies and New Zealand from Guyana to an alternate venue due to their disagreement on a new bill passed by the government of Guyana.

The board announced that they will disclose the alternate venue on June 2.

The WICB were infuriated by the passing of the Cricket Administration Bill, which effectively hands over the local cricket administration from the board to the government of Guyana.

Even though the WICB tried to stop the passing of the Cricket Administration Bill, Guyana President Donald Ramotar did not listen to the board, which subsequently led to the third Test being relocated.

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