Guyana Chronicle – BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley has conveyed CARICOM’s position on West Indies cricket to Cricket Australia (CA), following a meeting in Melbourne.

Summary

  • BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) – Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley has conveyed CARICOM’s position on West Indies cricket to Cricket Australia (CA), following a meeting in Melbourne.
  • “The Prime Minister provided a briefing on the position of CARICOM leaders and how they collectively feel about the management of West Indian cricket.”
  • Rowley and CA also discussed the role of West Indies cricket in the development of the game in Australia, while agreeing on the need for the Caribbean side to return to “a dominant position in international cricket.”
  • CARICOM is set to meet with the ICC during the Twenty20 Women’s World Cup in November, to also convey its position on West Indies cricket.
  • At the Intersessional in Haiti last February, CARICOM adopted legal advice suggesting there was a case to be argued on the basis of CWI, as a private entity, continuing to manage the “public good” of West Indies cricket.


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