USA October 22, 2007

USACA's legerdemain fails to impress

Cricinfo's USA correspondent Deb K Das reviews the so-called new USACA constitution and finds that it is all a bit familiar.

Cricinfo's USA correspondent Deb K Das reviews the so-called new USACA constitution and finds that it is all a bit familiar.

In yet another display of the obduracy that has become endemic to its activities, the USACA Cricket Association trotted out a so-called 'final' version of a constitution that ICC had requested over a year ago. In doing so, it managed to ignore one salient fact; a redraft of the old constitution had been prepared and submitted to USACA in December 2006.

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Martin Williamson is executive editor of ESPNcricinfo and managing editor of ESPN Digital Media in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

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  • saif zia on October 23, 2007, 15:53 GMT

    ICC is the governing body of cricket.Hence without any doubt i say that it has taken a very irresponsible step by almost finishing cricket in the states.This is a day to mourn for every cricket fan

  • Fat_Bulborbs (Brisbane) on October 22, 2007, 15:33 GMT

    This news is sooo depressing, is it possible for the ICC to impose themselves on the USACA and take control. At least some progress can be achieved that way.

  • saif zia on October 23, 2007, 15:53 GMT

    ICC is the governing body of cricket.Hence without any doubt i say that it has taken a very irresponsible step by almost finishing cricket in the states.This is a day to mourn for every cricket fan

  • Fat_Bulborbs (Brisbane) on October 22, 2007, 15:33 GMT

    This news is sooo depressing, is it possible for the ICC to impose themselves on the USACA and take control. At least some progress can be achieved that way.

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  • Fat_Bulborbs (Brisbane) on October 22, 2007, 15:33 GMT

    This news is sooo depressing, is it possible for the ICC to impose themselves on the USACA and take control. At least some progress can be achieved that way.

  • saif zia on October 23, 2007, 15:53 GMT

    ICC is the governing body of cricket.Hence without any doubt i say that it has taken a very irresponsible step by almost finishing cricket in the states.This is a day to mourn for every cricket fan