International Cricket Council to visit PNG

 

International Cricket Council to visit PNG

first_imgThe International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Development Committee will be visiting PNG for the first time this week to discuss major issues surrounding the sport.The team of fifteen delegates will be here from the 8th to the 13th of this month. The main issue that will be discussed is the development of the code around the world.Among the delegates will be ICC’s chairman, Alan Isaac, ICC CEO Dave Richardson and ICC’s global development manager Tim Anderson.Cricket PNG’s media officer Chris Amini said areas that will be discussed include; long and medium term strategic objectives both globally and regionally, annual operational plans both globally and regionally, the role of the full members, and regional associations and general governance principles, funding issuesPart of the visit will see the delegates meet with the Prime Minister Peter O’Neill to discuss the future of Cricket in PNG as well as the Barramundi’s newly obtained ODI status.The delegates will also venture out for a BSP School Kriket visit at Pari Primary School. Their visit will include a visit to Hanuabada village-where many of the country’s best players are from, and then to watch cricket games in the Port Moresby.The delegates will wind up their visit with their Development Committee meeting set for the last two days before leaving the country.last_img

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