USA November 17, 2008

At last ...the USACA executive meets

Cricinfo has been told that an executive meeting of the USA Cricket Association was held on November 8 at which job specification for the new post of chief executive was agreed.

Cricinfo has been told that an executive meeting of the USA Cricket Association was held on November 8 at which job specification for the new post of chief executive was agreed.

As with so much involving the USACA, there is no official announcement of the outcome of the meeting, or even that it was scheduled. Despite this, the column published at the end of last week did produce a couple of terse emails suggesting we check our facts before claiming that the executive hadn’t met … despite the fact that few emails to the association ever get as much as an acknowledgement.

So, for the sake of clarity, some seven months after elections, the new executive has finally met. Publication of the minutes are awaited with interest.

The USACA was due to have made the appointment of the chief executive by October 1, so it is already some way behind the agreed deadline.

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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  • golan on November 17, 2008, 20:22 GMT

    Given the previous recvord we will wait another year for them to tell us anything. If you guys don;t want to do anything then stand down and call fresh elections and put in place people who are interested.

  • golan on November 17, 2008, 20:22 GMT

    Given the previous recvord we will wait another year for them to tell us anything. If you guys don;t want to do anything then stand down and call fresh elections and put in place people who are interested.

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  • golan on November 17, 2008, 20:22 GMT

    Given the previous recvord we will wait another year for them to tell us anything. If you guys don;t want to do anything then stand down and call fresh elections and put in place people who are interested.