Windies re-elect cricket chief

2015-03-08 12:00
West Indies

St. John's - Gaffe-hit Dave Cameron was re-elected West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president on Saturday, fending off a challenge from legendary fast bowler Joel Garner.

Cameron won eight votes while Garner claimed four in the election which took place against a background of controversy.

The WICB faced a $42 million compensation bill after the abandoned tour of India last October.

Cameron also became the subject of widespread derision online during the ongoing World Cup after retweeting a fan's plea for star opener Chris Gayle to be pensioned off.

Cameron later issued an apology.

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