PM Spencer talks West Indies cricket

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Antigua St. John's - Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer recently held wide ranging discussions with newly elected President of the West Indies Cricket Board Mr. Dave Cameron along with Vice President Emmanuel Nanthan.

During the discussions, Prime Minister Spencer who is also the Chairman of CARICOM’s Prime Ministerial Sub-Committee on Cricket congratulated President Cameron on his election and indicated that he is looking forward to a renewed West Indies Cricket Board that will work towards the development of West Indies Cricket.

Prime Minister Spencer said that  he is confident that President Cameron’s track record in management and his experience with the West Indies Cricket Board will result in the advancement of the game within the region.

Prime Minister Spencer also sought clarification and information on a number of cricketing matters which were of concern to him and Heads within CARICOM and indicated that he is looking forward to discussions later this year on the way forward for West Indies Cricket with the West Indies Cricket Board and his CARICOM Colleagues.

President Cameron and Vice-President Nanthan were accompanied in the meeting with Prime Minister Spencer by WICB Director Enoch Lewis, WICB CEO Michael Muirhead and President of the Antigua and Barbuda Cricket Association Zorol Bartley.

During his recent visit to Antigua, President Cameron also held an extensive meeting with the management and staff of the WICB at their headquarters located in St. John’s.

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Mon, 05/13/2013 - 04:22