WICB holds historic AGM – Members represented by non-directors

Gros Islet, St Lucia – The West Indies Cricket Board held an historic Annual General Meeting in St Lucia on Saturday March 25th.

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For the first time in the Board’s history all the Territorial Boards were represented at the meeting by non-directors.
With the exception of the Barbados Cricket Association, WICB Directors have traditionally represented their Territorial Boards at AGMs.
Each Territorial Board, except the Guyana Cricket Board, nominated two representatives to attend the meeting. No representative of the Guyana Cricket Board attended as a result of the situation in Guyana.
“This historic development marks a significant milestone in the progress and development of the West Indies Cricket Board, it allows for greater accountability to our members,” Dr. Hunte remarked.
“I am particularly pleased that the members saw it fitting to have their AGM representatives be non-directors at a time when we are in deep reflection on the governance structure of West Indies cricket,” Dr. Hunte added.
Also in attendance were representatives of the West Indies Players Association and the West Indies Cricket Umpires Association.
Dr. Hunte presented to the meeting his report on the activities of the Board along with the financial statements and auditor’s report for the financial year October 2010 – September 2011.