Cricket West Indies (CWI) continues its push to modernize its operations by bringing about new management approach to its administration.
According to a press report, President of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Dave Cameron advised that the regional board will discontinue the temporary player amnesty, which was introduced last June.
“That amnesty is now done with. It has been replaced by a technical committee that will review requests for no-objection certificates and also look at our eligibility rules,” said Cameron.
He stated that a technical committee is to be formed and chaired by CWI vice-president Emmanual Nathan.
The committee will also include as its members Director of Cricket Jimmy Adams, chairman of the cricket committee Enoc Lewis and chairman of selectors Courtney Browne, men’s coach Stuart Law and the soon to be announced women’s team coach.
Cricket West Indies recently announced a 15-man squad for the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers in Zimbabwe.
However, four players namely, Darren Bravo, Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell, and Sunil Narine have opted to play in the Pakistan Super League instead of playing for Windies in the World Cup Qualifiers.
On the other hand, Jamaica’s Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels, have taken up the offer of the board and made themselves available to play for the Windies in the World Cup qualifiers.
Edited by Jesus Chan
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