WICB President Julian Hunte pays courtesy call on Antigua and Barbuda PM

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – New West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) President Julian Hunte paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda the Hon. Baldwin Spencer on Wednesday, August 1.

In welcoming President Hunte to Antigua, Prime Minister Spencer said that he has took over the realms of West Indies Cricket at a very critical time when the management of the game is in need of reform.

WICB President, Julian Hunte

He told Hunte that he has the full support of the government of Antigua and Barbuda in his efforts to restructure West Indies cricket.

Hunte spoke of his 28 years as a member of the WICB before he left to take up diplomatic assignments in North America. He noted that he is looking forward to receiving the Patterson Report and that he is willing to re-tool as all test playing countries have to do from time to time.

President Hunte also spoke of his plans for the development of cricket in the region and the re-positioning of West Indies cricket worldwide.

Also present in the meeting with Prime Minister Spencer were Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador Colin Murdoch and WICK Corporate Secretary Mr. Tony Deyal.

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