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Cricket West Indies audit indicate financial troubles

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19 May 2020 10:26 #382048 by chairman
Cricket West Indies President Ricky Skerritt recently expressed his concerns over the financial future of the game. Skerritt was appointed as the man for the top job in 2019 after the six-tenure of previous chief Dave Cameron. While speaking with ESPNCricinfo, Ricky Skerritt said that the review by the PKF was an “internal alarm bell” for Cricket West Indies. He also said in order to improve the financial conditions, the board will be carrying out assessments accordingly.

Meanwhile, the worrying factors from the audit figures all point towards the workings of the previous administration, i.e. the one headed by Dave Cameron between 2013 and 2019. In his defence, Cameron said that he is been made a victim of a “smeer campaign” and called for the questioning of the recent findings.

Cricket West Indies were reported to receive US$128 million from 2018 until the next eight years from the International Cricket Council (ICC). However, the amount is likely to drop in case the ongoing coronavirus crisis continues to impact international cricketing activities.

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19 May 2020 13:08 #382062 by chairman
An audit into the financial problems affecting West Indies cricket has found a "massive hole" in its coffers and, according to board president, Ricky Skerritt, sounded "an alarm bell" for its future.

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20 May 2020 11:23 #382078 by ketchim
I smell the blood of an Englishman !

where is Richard Pybus, the Fraud Artiste ?

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28 May 2020 12:38 #382177 by chairman
CRICKET West Indies (CWI) CEO Johnny Grave said the CWI board will discuss former president Dave Cameron’s request for a copy of the financial review at the board’s teleconference on Thursday.

In a Whatsapp message to Newsday on Tuesday, Grave said, “He has asked for a copy of our financial review that was presented to our board in December 2019. Our board will consider his request on Thursday at our next scheduled teleconference.”

An unconfirmed report on the Mason and Guest Show in Barbados, on Tuesday, said Cameron had acted on his initial threat to take CWI to court if he did not receive a copy of the audit.

Asked about any court action from the former CWI boss, Grave said, “Not to my knowledge.”

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