Kerala Cricket Association President resigns

KCA sources said Kumar resigned on moral grounds in view of his name being mentioned in a probe report.

(Representative Picture) Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) president B. Vinod Kumar on Saturday resigned from the post after a probe reportedly found irregularities in matters related to the functioning of the Idukki district association.   -  The Hindu

Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) president B. Vinod Kumar on Saturday resigned from the post after a probe reportedly found irregularities in matters related to the functioning of the Idukki district association.

KCA sources said Kumar resigned on moral grounds in view of his name being mentioned in the probe report.

They sad Ronklin John, an office bearer of KCA, would take over as the new president of the Association.

Kumar was appointed as the president of KCA in January last year.