West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president, Dave Cameron is set to be returned unopposed when the embattled organization stages its Annual General Meeting next month.
The WICB announced on Thursday that Cameron and his vice-president, Emmanuel Nanthan, were the only candidates put forward for the respective posts by the deadline.
“The Corporate Secretary, Verlyn Faustin, confirmed that Cameron and Nanthan were the only two nominees received for the posts of president and vice president respectively,” the WICB said.
“Both Cameron and Nanthan have already served two year terms in the respective positions. The posts will be ratified at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) also due on the same day. The election and AGM are scheduled for Antigua.”
Cameron was re-elected for a second term two years ago when he fended off a spirited challenge from Barbados Cricket Association president and West Indies bowling legend, Joel Garner.
Under the Jamaican, however, the board’s relationship with international players has remained strained, and criticisms of Cameron have remained strident over the last year.