BCB reschedules annual meeting
The Bermuda Cricket Board is to reschedule its annual meeting for a date next month.
BCB chief executive Cal Blankendal said yesterday that the AGM would be held “sometime around 20 January”.
The organisation’s annual meeting was convened last Thursday, but the membership exercised their right to suspend the meeting until further notice as they wished to deal with some issues that “they felt were more pertinent than the AGM”, Blankendal said.
He said the issues discussed by the membership are an “internal matter for the clubs and the board” that will not be disclosed until they are dealt with.
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