Saturday, April 13, 2024

Hoping to settle

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ST JOHN’S – The West Indies Cricket Board is hoping to negotiate a deal with the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) to have the controversial US$42 million claim repaid in matches and not cash.

WICB chief executive Michael Muirhead said Tuesday the board would send a delegation to India with the main objective of negotiating a settlement which would be amicable, and would satisfy all parties.

“It could be that they could ask that instead of playing the Test matches that they play some more ODIs . . . it’s a matter of negotiations,” the Antigua Observer newspaper quoted Muirhead as telling the Observer Radio’s Good Morning Jojo Sports Show.

Please read the full story in today’s Weekend Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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