A report by Azad Ali for Caribbean Life News.
CARICOM leaders want to meet with the International Cricket Council (ICC) to discuss the possibility of introducing a legislative solution to protect the legacy of West Indies cricket.
This was revealed by Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley to reporters on his arrival at Piarco International Airport on Wednesday evening on his return from the two-day CARICOM meeting in Haiti.
Rowley said CARICOM heads have adopted the position that West Indies cricket is a public good and this will be put forward to the ICC.
He said the regional union had sought, received and accepted the legal opinion of two Queen’s counsels that West Indies cricket was a public good.
The prime minister noted that West Indian politicians had “no intent, desire or requirement” to manage West Indies cricket, but they will intervene to protect the sport in…
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