Antigua & Barbuda

Dave Cameron to Remain as WICB President

Dave Cameron is set to be re-elected as the president of the West Indies Cricket Board for the third successive term, on March 4
Dave Cameron to Remain as WICB President

Current president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron, and his vice-president Emmanuel Nanthan, are the only candidates for the WICB election, due on March 4 in Antigua.

Corporate secretary Verlyn Faustin confirmed that Cameron and Nanthan were the only two nominees received for the posts of president and vice president respectively.

Both Cameron, of Jamaica, and the Dominican-born Nanthan have already served a pair of two-year terms in the respective positions. The posts will be ratified at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) also due on the same day.

The President’s Report and the Audit Risk and Compliance Report (ARCC) will be received at the day-long meeting. The ARCC Report will be an update on the risk and compliance environment of the WICB.

The full meeting will consist of territorial board stakeholders and special members. The Directors of the Board have been invited to attend the AGM. The special members are the West Indies Umpires Association, West Indies Players Association, CARICOM, Association of Colleges and Tertiary Institutions, Association of Caribbean Media Workers, and the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce.

Source/Trinidad Newsday

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