Dave Cameron

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Photo: Cricket West Inides President Ricky Skerritt and his board are said to be leaning towards former England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman, Colin Graves for ICC President. 





There are three big nations in cricket, India (where the sport is a religion) England and Australia - these three countries make all the money from the sport, due largely in part to the current model that determines how the money flows from the sport.

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JOHN’S, Antigua - The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has appointed Johnny Grave as its new Chief Executive Officer, following a rigorous recruitment process led by PricewaterhouseCoopers, Barbados.


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ST JOHN’S, Antigua - The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has taken note of the repeated “calls to conduct a forensic audit of the Board in order to save West Indies cricket from absolute and total downfall” made by former officials of the WICB. 


This call for a forensic audit was recently published by ESPNcricinfo on September 8, 2016.  The WICB has been advised there are similar publications by the former officials.


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Foska Oats, founding sponsor of the Jamaica Tallawahs, is back on board for the third year in a row. John Ramson, Chairman of Caribbean Foods Limited said, “We look forward to this year’s staging of the Caribbean Premier League. The last two years recorded resounding successes. We are confident thatJamaicans will wholeheartedly support their team and we hope that the Tallawahs will bring home the CPL Trophy. Foska Oats is honoured to play a pivotal role in these games.”

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Photo: West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) President Dave Cameron speaking at the breakfast for the Jamaica Tallawahs put on by sponsors Foska Oats at the Melbourne Cricket Club on Tuesday.

President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Dave Cameron, speaking at the Melbourne Cricket Club where the Jamaica Tallawahs team had breakfast courtesy of sponsors, Foska Oats on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, commended the company for their continued support of the Jamaican franchise, the Jamaica Tallawahs, in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

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KINGSTON, February 2015, - WICB President, Whycliffe 'Dave' Cameron now has support from the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) in his bid to return in the top post come March 7.

Cameron who was at a business meeting at the time when the results were announced in his favour wanted to thank the membership of the JCA for its decision. The support from Jamaica is in addition to the public support of the Leeward Islands, Windward Islands and Guyana.

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Photo: Dave Cameron West Indies Cricket Board President (WICB)

News broke early Friday morning that the WICB has been asked to pay over US42 million dollars by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for the West Indies player’s abandonment of the tour India a few weeks ago.

They have been given 15 days to respond to the claim of the .BCCI. Failure to do so will likely trigger a lawsuit against the WICB.

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Legendary schoolboy cricket coach Roy McLean passed away on Wednesday July 23rd, plunging the Kingston College family into mourning.

“Mac-Dirty”, as he was affectionately known, represented Kingston College and Jamaica at both cricket and football. At times, he also served as cricket and football coach at the school.

Roy Mac was instrumental in the creation and development of the cricket nursery at KC, which helped to lay the platform for ‘Purples’ success in cricket over the years.

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Photo: Dave Cameron - President of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control and Kenny Benjamin - President of Liberta Sports Club and former West Indies fast bowler

ANTIGUA, July 11: West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) President, Dave Cameron is in Antigua for the quarterly Board of Directors Meeting. On Thursday he took time to do some community outreach which included visiting the Liberta Sports Club where former WI fast bowler, Kenny Benjamin, is the President.