The Cricket West Indies Board of Directors, which has met remotely since the start of the pandemic, have held their first official face-to-face meeting since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The three meetings in Antigua included a Board of Directors’ meeting on March 10, a joint Board and Members’ Forum on Governance on March 11, and the 23rd Annual General Meeting (AGM) on March 12.
The key highlights of the Board’s deliberations included the approval of regional cricket venues and match schedules for the remainder of 2022 and plans for the Emerging Players Academy at Coolidge Cricket Ground.
The Board also received presentations on a robust fitness and medical action plan as well as an update on matters related to sponsorship and media rights.
This was also the board’s first opportunity to get a close look at the entire Coolidge Cricket Ground facility.
Attendees received a tour of the 20-acre CCG property which has recently become the new home of CWI.
The AGM allowed directors and shareholder members to receive the annual report on relevant cricket, financial and commercial matters and to ask related questions on local, regional, and international cricket.