Cameron re-elected president of the WICB

Information coming out of the elections indicates that Cameron won by and 8-4 margin over his competitor Barbadian Joel Garner. Cameron will now serve a second term as president. During this tenure he will have to fix the current situation between the WICB and the Board of Cricket Control for India.

The Indian cricket board has sued the WICB for US$42 million as a result of the abandoned tour by West Indian cricketers.

Speaking shortly after being re-elected, Cameron thanked all who voted for him including the shareholders.

“I’m particularly humbled at this point that the members, shareholders have decided to re-elect me. It has been a very difficult couple of months. Prior to that, we were sailing smooth,” Cameron remarked. He expressed the view that with challenges come opportunities.

“Every time there is a challenge, there is an opportunity, and we have used that situation in India as an opportunity. Another opportunity that we see coming out of this is that we are going to make West Indies cricket better,” Cameron opined.

Emmanuel Nanthan of Dominica was elected vice president of the board edging out Baldath Mahabir of Trinidad and Tobago for the position.


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