ICC to discuss structure, scheduling of bilateral series

The ICC Board will gather at the ICC headquarters to discuss the possibility of a points-based structure for international cricket, participation in Olympic and Commonwealth Games, anti-corruption and anti-doping, besides other issues.

Dave Richardson (left) and Shashank Manohar, the ICC chief executive and the ICC chairman, respectively, at an event last year.   -  AP

The ICC could discuss the possibility of a points-based structure for international cricket at its forthcoming board meeting besides touching upon, among others, key subjects such as participation in Olympic and Commonwealth Games, anti-corruption and anti-doping. The ICC Board will gather at the ICC headquarters here on April 25, for the second round of meetings of 2016.

In the lead up to these meetings, various other committee meetings, including the ICC Chief Executives’ Committee (CEC) meeting, will take place. The ICC Board consists of the nominated representatives of each of the 10 Full Members plus three elected Associate Member representatives.

Chairman to chair the meeting

The meeting is chaired by the ICC Chairman and also present is the ICC President and ICC Chief Executive. The CEC comprises the Chief Executives of the 10 Full Members as well as three Associate Member representatives.

Also present is the ICC Chief Executive who chairs the meeting, and, by invitation, the ICC Chairman, the Chairman of the ICC Cricket Committee and the Chair of the ICC Women’s Committee.

According to an ICC release, key issues on the agenda of the meetings will include structure and scheduling of bilateral international cricket, working group’s update on the review of February/April 2014 Resolutions and ICC Constitution, updates on matters relating to USACA (United States of America Cricket Association), participation in Olympic and Commonwealth Games, anti-corruption and anti-doping.

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