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CRICKET: Jamaica not supporting Cameron for re-election – report

Published:Wednesday | February 4, 2015 | 3:34 PM

There are reports that Jamaican Dave Cameron will not get the backing of his home country for re-election as President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).

Cameron is to seek re-election next month.

According to one report in the media the Honorary secretary of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) Fritz Harris, said the association voted last night ten-six to support Barbadian Joel Gardner.

Our news has been trying to reach president of the Jamaica Cricket Board, William ‘Billy’ Heaven and other members of his executive but calls to their cell phones went answered.

The reported decision of the JCA follows a call last week by St Vincent and Grenadines prime minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves for the regional territory not to support Cameron’s bid for re-election.

Cameron has been criticized for his handling of the controversy surrounding the West Indies team pulling out of last year’s tour of India.


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