Regional heads and former cricketing greats yesterday lambasted Cricket West Indies (CWI) for the state of the game and its organisation in the Caribbean.

Speaking via a virtual call at the Caricom Regional Cricket Conference at the Hyatt Regency, Port-of-Spain, an emotional Michael Holding called on Caribbean heads of government to “pressure” the CWI board into restructuring its governance model, hitting out at the “madness” plaguing the game in the region.

In a contribution that brought the former Jamaican fast-bowling great to tears, Holding said, “We are just moving from one administration to another under the same system. The same...

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Author: Ryan Bachoo