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SKERRITT, SHALLOW RETURNED TO CWI HELM

The team of Ricky Skerritt, St. Kitts and Nevis national, and Dr Kishore Shallow, St. Vincent and the Grenadines national, was re-elected unopposed to the posts of President and Vice President respectively, of Cricket West Indies Inc. (CWI).

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They will serve for a second two-year term. 

The re-election process was one of the key items on the agenda of the 22nd Annual General Meeting of CWI, held on Sunday, April 11, 2021, in a virtual session.

On being re-elected, Skerritt said, “I am humbled and deeply honoured to be re-elected to serve as CWI President for a second term. I take the responsibility to lead the Board of this prestigious organization, most seriously. We have much unfinished work to do, and we renew our pledge to work untiringly to help achieve sustainable improvement, both on and off the field, for West Indies cricket.”

For his part, Dr Shallow said, “I am again grateful for the continued support of the member representatives for Ricky and myself. This re-election is a victory for West Indies cricket as we continue on the path of growing the game across the region, and achieving good outcomes on all fronts and at all levels.”

In addition to the election for President and Vice President, the following persons were duly elected as Member Directors of CWI:  Conde Riley and  Calvin Hope – Barbados Cricket Association;  Bissoondyal Singh and Hilbert Foster – Guyana Cricket Board;   Wilford Heaven and  Dr Donovan Bennett – Jamaica Cricket Association; Enoch Lewis and Leon Rodney – Leeward Islands Cricket Board;  Azim Bassarath and  Arjoon Ramlal – Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board; Julian Charles and Dwain Gill – Windward Islands Cricket Board.

All of the Territorial Board Member Associations were fully represented at Sunday’s meeting which was a re-scheduled one from an original date of Sunday 28th March, when the meeting could not be officially convened due to a lack of a quorum occasioned by the absence of representation from Guyana and Barbados.

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