USA March 26, 2008

Dainty confident in his achievements

With the much-anticipated elections to the USA Cricket Association's board of directors this weekend, in the last of three interviews with the candidates for the presidency, we talk to Gladstone Dainty, the incumbent.

With the much-anticipated elections to the USA Cricket Association's board of directors this weekend, in the last of three interviews with the candidates for the presidency, we talk to Gladstone Dainty, the incumbent.

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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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  • IPCRESS on March 27, 2008, 12:25 GMT

    What a joke! Dainty et al have brought US cricket to its knees and anyone who thinks he can restore the credibility of USACA with the ICC is smoking something. I would remind America of the letter written by Speed of the ICC, directly to Gladestone. Initially it was questioned as whether it was legit or not. It was. Suggest you go to the archives of Cricinfo and read it again in light of all of the events affecting US cricket the past 3 years and then cast your vote for the Executive Committee.

  • IPCRESS on March 27, 2008, 12:25 GMT

    What a joke! Dainty et al have brought US cricket to its knees and anyone who thinks he can restore the credibility of USACA with the ICC is smoking something. I would remind America of the letter written by Speed of the ICC, directly to Gladestone. Initially it was questioned as whether it was legit or not. It was. Suggest you go to the archives of Cricinfo and read it again in light of all of the events affecting US cricket the past 3 years and then cast your vote for the Executive Committee.

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  • IPCRESS on March 27, 2008, 12:25 GMT

    What a joke! Dainty et al have brought US cricket to its knees and anyone who thinks he can restore the credibility of USACA with the ICC is smoking something. I would remind America of the letter written by Speed of the ICC, directly to Gladestone. Initially it was questioned as whether it was legit or not. It was. Suggest you go to the archives of Cricinfo and read it again in light of all of the events affecting US cricket the past 3 years and then cast your vote for the Executive Committee.