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A file photo of former West Indies cricket player Dinanath Ramnarine, who is bidding to become Trinidad and Tobago's cricket chief. Dinanath Ramnarine appears to be gaining considerable ground in his bid to become Trinidad and Tobago's cricket chief.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has, possibly for the first time, been invited to mediate in a purely domestic dispute, in the West Indies...As a result, chief executive-designate David Richardson, currently, the ICC's general manager-cricket
We wish to recognise that he has served meritoriously over those ten years." Ramnarine`s resignation takes effect March 31 and treasurer Wavell Hinds will now act as president until elections are held later this year. Director Michael Hall will serve
US$2 million for a breach of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) and the collective bargaining agreement (CBA)...The CBA and MOU required both parties to discuss and agree to the annual schedule for regional and international matches, the number of
Azim Bassarath responded with incredulity to claims that there is a plot to remove Daren Ganga from the team...I cannot believe that the goodly gentleman is pointing in that direction, he said of Ramnarine's comments...If we have a plot to remove
Dinanath Ramnarine in a release. "This way, there can be no doubt at all about the constructive approach we intend to use, and the positive spirit which we will take to the negotiations."...I, however, cannot lead while simultaneously trying to
The two bodies have had a long-standing dispute over player rights and remuneration and are trying to agree on revisions to the existing Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), which was signed in 2006 to provide a path to resolving the conflict.
June 26, 2011 Pascall Roberts , the former Trinidad bowler and selector, died on June 20 at the age of 73. Roberts played 67 first-class matches for Trinidad's Paragon Cricket Club in the 1960s and 1970s and after his retirement worked towards the
Runako Morton , the West Indies and Trinidad batsman, and Tonito Willett , the Leeward Islands allrounder, have been released on bail after being arrested in Port of Spain on Saturday for possession of marijuana...Morton had been expelled from West
Dinanath Ramnarine, the West Indies Players' Association chief executive, has denied allegations from the West Indies board that he received US$150,000 during legal proceedings involving the two bodies...New York Agreement, but the issues of player