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Cameron holds “fruitful” talks with GCB

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA - President Donald Ramotar expressed his willingness to assist in the resolution of the cricket saga that has plagued the game for some time now in Guyana, reiterating his support for the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), according to Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron, WICB president.

WICB working on Pakistan tour

ST JOHN'S ANTIGUA -In light of recent media reports emanating from the Asian Sub-Continent, the West Indies Cricket Board wishes to advise the media and the public that negotiations with the Pakistan Cricket Board are on-going with regard to finalizing the schedule for the West Indies v Pakistan Series to be held in the Caribbean in July.

President pledges support for LICA

ST JOHN'S ANTIGUA - Speaking at the LICA 100th Anniversary Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony at the Grand Royal Antiguan Resort on Saturday evening last, Cameron said: “The WICB is prepared and willing to assist with the setting up of a permanent secretariat for LICA here in Antigua.”

Cameron - Crisis went on for too long

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA - West Indies Cricket Board President Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron believes that the cricket crisis in Guyana went on for too long and now is the time for all stakeholders to move on for the development of the game as a united cricketing family.

President Cameron heads for Guyana

GEORGETOWN, Guyana - New President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Dave Cameron, has announced plans to visit Guyana to try and resolve a protracted dispute between the government and the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB).

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