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Jamaican Michael Muirhead appointed new WICB CEO

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today announced that accomplished management consultant Michael Muirhead has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of the regional governing body.

The Board of Directors approved Mr. Muirhead’s appointment at a meeting in Barbados at the weekend. Mr. Muirhead’s appointment is for three years.

WICB thanks Dr Hilaire for service

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board at a meeting of the Board of Directors at the weekend formally thanked the departing Chief Executive Officer Dr. Ernest Hilaire for his service to West Indies cricket.

Dr. Hilaire, after serving the full term of his thee year contract, is preparing to demit office at the end of September.

Windwards name squad for CT20

CASTRIES, St. Lucia, CMC - Windward Islands cricket selectors have named a squad of 20 players from which a final team will be selected to play in next year's WICB Caribbean Twenty20 tournament.

Among the 20 players are three who did not participate in last weekend's Winlotto Windwards Twenty/20 cricket tournament held here.

They are Sunil Ambris and Kavem Hodge who are currently in Australia with the West Indies under-19 cricket team and orthodox left arm spinner Garey Mathurin of Saint Lucia playing professional League cricket in England.

CEO had advised Board of decision not to seek renewal

St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board today confirmed that Chief Executive Officer Dr. Ernest Hilaire had advised, at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, in April this year that he will not be seeking a renewal of his three year contract when it comes to an end. 

Anand Ajodha - Cricket my first love

“I have made it abundantly clear to everyone around me that cricket is my first love and nothing would come in the way of it.” So said Diamond United cricketer Anand Ajodha after he left his wedding reception to play in a cricket match many years ago.

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