Jamaica’s Cricket Mecca Sabina Park is reporting losses of approximately ten million dollars over the period of the lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sabina Park which is operated by Sabina Park Holdings has been in lockdown since the last round of West Indies Regional championship which was cut short by two rounds due to COVID 19, just as they were getting ready to host the day/night game between the Jamaica Scorpions and the Trinidad and Tobago Red force.
Anthony Walter is CEO of Sabina Park Holdings and he told Nationwide Sports today that in addition to the loss of money for the rental of the facility for that game, they also had several other major events canceled.
Walter also told Nationwide Sports that they have had to lay off two or three members of their small staff and slightly hinted also that as CEO he too might have to take a break as they can’t see anything major happening at the Facility until November.
Walter says if and when things get back to normal at Sabina Park they will be in a position to hit the ground running because they have maintained a team to keep the ground in tip-top shape.
That’s CEO of Sabina Park Holdings Limited Anthony Walter speaking with Nationwide Sports.