Mar 7, 2019Andre Errol BaptisteFacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintA smile has returned to West Indies cricket. It has continued to grow through the Test series win over England and the draw in the one-day series, but it has nothing to do with one or the other.Instead it is the announcement that, come the end of March 2019, there is a strong opportunity and occasion for West Indies cricket to breathe again. Former West Indies team manager Ricky Skerritt has announced that he will be challenging the incumbent president of Cricket West Indies, Dave Cameron, for the presidency.Cameron has been unpopular all around the West Indies since his appointment on March 27, 2013, replacing Julien Hunte, before which he was a vice president of the board. He has been especially unpopular with several of the top regional players and former players, who have had their say on his three terms (of two years each).While there is not much, or enough, known about Skerritt as an administrator, there is a strong belief that anything is better than Cameron again. The latter has not helped himself with his utterances in the past, whether on television, radio, in print, or via social media, which many have either… Read full this story
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