East Coast Cricket Board congratulates new WICB President

April 1, 2013 | By | Filed Under Sports 

The East Coast Cricket Board has offered congratulations to Mr. Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron the new President of the West Indies Cricket Board.
In a release ECCB president Bissoondyal Singh noted that Cameron’s success was due to the confidence placed in his ability by the majority of the region.
“On behalf of the Executives and the entire membership of the East Coast Cricket Board (ECCB), I wish to extend our heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to you and your Executive Members of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). The success at the elections is a clear indication by those who have placed their confidence in your leadership skills to lead the WICB once again to the pinnacle of international cricket.”
He continued, “We believe your victory was neither by share magic nor coincidence, but by your hard work and the confidence of the majority of those who have faith in in your management skills and your ability to steer the ship of West Indies cricket through stormy weather especially in the current chaos that prevails in Guyana.”
“As you begin your new term of office as President, we pray that the Almighty God will continue to shower you with blessings, wisdom, courage and sustained good health for the onerous task ahead. We also hope and pray that you will be able to deliver on your campaign promises as the Caribbean people especially the Guyanese masses anxiously anticipates. Although reportedly you did not receive the support of those holding themselves as the Executives of the Guyana Cricket Board, we at the East Coast Cricket Board express best wishes and will be looking forward to diligently work with you in the interest of Guyana’s cricket development and by extension development across the region.
Congratulations once again, President Cameron,” he concluded.

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