Cricket SA supports ICC power shift

2014-02-08 12:06

Despite earlier objections to the International Cricket Council’s plans, Cricket South Africa (CSA) has voted in favour of proposals that will put the game in the hands of England, Australia and India.

At an ICC meeting in Singapore today, CSA, along with seven other full ICC members, voted for wide-ranging governance and structural changes that will see ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board), BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) and CA (Cricket Australia) members taking charge of key positions within the ICC.

Pakistan and Sri Lanka, who made earlier objections to the proposal along with CSA, abstained from voting.

» Read the full story in City Press tomorrow.

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