Dec 28, 2012, 9:20 AM
The Gambia Cricket Association is set on staging another administration course for cricket officials on Thursday to meet its plans of extending its number of teams for the national league.
The administration course will help participants to know how to run programmes and manage both at team and club levels.
The five-team national cricket league is on its way for extension by the executive board of the association before the start of the 2010 league.
Johnny Gomez, the President of the Gambia Cricket Association told Pointsport that already the stage has been set for the expansion of the league as greater number of players, mainly from schools were trained.