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Power play

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Power play

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There’s about to be a serious power shift in cricket.
Australia, England and India will effectively be given full control of the game if the International Cricket Council (ICC) adopts a draft of revolutionary proposals at its January 28-29 quarterly meeting at its headquarters in Dubai.
The 21-page document, presented to member boards on January 8, was compiled by the ICC’s finance and commercial affairs committee of which West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Dave Cameron is a member.
It proposes the formation of a new executive board permanently made up of the England Cricket Board (ECB), Cricket Australia (CA) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), with one other member nominated annually by three other boards.