(Trinidad Guardian) Cricket West Indies (CWI) has not nominated anyone for the upcoming elections of the International Cricket Council (ICC) chairmanship.
The ICC after months of being undecided about how to go about installing a new chairman finally settled on a path to achieve it. They outlined that the first step was one whereby current ICC Board members had given its membership until Sunday (October 18) to nominate candidates for the position of chairman. After this, the potential candidate must be seconded by another board member before the elections are held.
The ICC has outlined that the nominees must be either a former or current ICC board member.
The USA Cricket Hall of Fame had written to CWI asking that they nominate the former president of regional body Jamaican Dave Cameron, 49, as chairman.
However, when Guardian Media Sports contacted CWI vice-president Dr Kishore Shallow, he said this was not done.
According to Shallow: “It did come up for discussion and we did not nominate anybody for the post.”