There is unlikely to be any urgent meeting between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and CARICOM to discuss the radical Governance Review Report which has called for the immediate dissolution of the WICB.

Speaking at the Cayman Cricket’s Annual Awards Dinner last weekend in George Town, WICB president, Dave Cameron insisted that the Board of Directors first needed to go over the controversial report before any meeting with CARICOM could be held.

Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell, chairman of CARICOM’s Cricket Governance Committee, had said earlier this month that an “urgent meeting” had been requested with the WICB to discuss the implementation of the panel’s recommendations.

And while Mitchell said he did not expect resistance from the WICB, Cameron on Saturday countered by arguing that the WICB was a sporting organization and as such, needed to be “free of interference from governments”.