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Monday, Oct. 27, 2014

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The West Indies Cricket Board, the West Indies Players Association and representatives of the West Indies Squad on the tour of India held an emergency meeting on Sunday evening at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica.

The meeting was cordial, positive and fruitful and discussions will continue in an effort to find a way forward following the premature end of the tour of India.

The WICB was represented by President Dave Cameron, Director Don Wehby and attorney Luke Hamel-Smith.

WIPA was represented by President and Chief Executive Officer Wavell Hinds, Secretary Wayne Lewis and attorney Patrick Foster QC.

Representing the players who were on the West Indies Squad to India (with the exception of Marlon Samuels) was attorney Ralph Thorne QC. Thorne also represented the interests of Chris Gayle, Sunil Narine and Lendl Simmons. Also in attendance were players Andre Russell and Jason Holder.

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One reply on “Joint WICB, WIPA and player representative statement following Kingston meeting”

  1. Carlos Walcott says:

    Until the West Indies selectors do a better job of really representing the entire West Indies, the team will continue to flounder. It’s always been about the ‘big islands’ vs ‘small islands’.

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