Royal Gazette – Wendell White is contemplating running for president of the Bermuda Cricket Board, saying he wants to make cricket in this country better.
- Wendell White is contemplating running for president of the Bermuda Cricket Board, saying he wants to make cricket in this country better.
- The former Somerset Cricket Club all-rounder and Flatts Victoria coach is expected to make his decision final by the end of the week, with the BCB Annual General Meeting fast approaching on November 29.
- Lloyd Fray caused a stir when he revealed that he will not be seeking re-election for a third term as president at the BCBs annual awards ceremony at Goslings Wine Cellar last weekend.
- Fray was first elected as BCB president in 2011 by a landslide after Reggie Pearman did not seek re-election and was then re-elected in 2014 after withstanding a challenge from fellow BCB executive Lloyd Smith.
- Speaking at the BCB annual awards ceremony, Fray said he was satisfied with the work accomplished during his six years in office and that he had laid solid foundations for his successor to build upon.