Caribbean Life – CARICOM is moving ahead with plans to ensure the restructuring of the governance of West Indies cricket, despite the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) request to have Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Dave Cameron at any meeting between the two bodies.

Summary

  • CARICOM is moving ahead with plans to ensure the restructuring of the governance of West Indies cricket, despite the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) request to have Cricket West Indies (CWI) president Dave Cameron at any meeting between the two bodies.
  • But chairman of CARICOM’s cricket sub-committee, Prime Minister Dr.
  • The ICC, cricket’s world governing body, recently told CARICOM it was prepared to meet with the regional body but would only do so with the presence of Cameron, adding that “Cricket West Indies (CWI) is our member.”
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  • CWI has resisted any overhaul of its governance ever since the 2015 CARICOM-commissioned Governance report called for the “immediate dissolution of the West Indies Cricket Board (now CWI) and the appointment of an interim board.”

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