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Thursday, 23 November 2017 15:48

New Security Measures At Queen's Park Oval After Artwork Vandalised Again

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The Queen’s Park Oval, where some of the most outstanding achievements in our nation’s cricket history have been made, is at the mercy of vandals.

The artwork, which lines the perimeter wall, has been damaged by vandals yet again.

Queen's Park Cricket Club CEO, Wayne Doopan, says it pains him to see it.

Dionne Baptiste has more in this report.

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