DAVE CAMERON, president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) for the past four years, plans to seek a third two-year term when his current stint ends later this year.
“It’s correct that I will seek another term this year,” Cameron said in New York .
He said a top priority for the next 18 months would be boosting “player partnership which continues to get done” and setting goals for the cricket “franchising system” across the region and in the diaspora in the United States and Canada.
Cameron spent a few days in New York and Connecticut meeting with West Indian and Asian cricket administrators, especially in Brooklyn and the rest of New York City, where at least 80 cricket clubs and more than 600 players compete in the summer in Hartford, Connecticut, the home of the Cricket Hall Of Fame. He said that considerable emphasis would be placed on the performance of players in the next two years.