WOOLF REPORT

  • Split roles for ICC president and chairman April 16, 2012

    Dubai: The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Executive Board has voted to split the role of the president and the chairman as recommended by the content_cnious 'Independent Governance Review' headed by Lord Woolf from 2014 onwards. After the second of its scheduled 2012 meetings here this weekend, the ICC's Executive Board...
  • ICC Executive Board to meet on Sunday April 14, 2012

    Dubai: The Woolf Report, nomination of the ICC vicepresident, managing the volume of Twenty20 cricket, schedule of events from 2015 to 2023, are some of the issues that the ICC Executive Board will discuss when it meets in Dubai on Sunday. During the meeting, the Board will study the Woolf report...
  • 'Woolf report needs study by member Boards' March 7, 2012

    Dubai: The ICC Chief Executives' Committee (CEC) on Wednesday decided that the Woolf report, which proposed changes in the governance structure of the world body but rejected by the BCCI, would require detailed study by Member Boards first before any discussion on it. The CEC, in its twoday meeting here, received...
  • ICC meet: Woolf recommendations to be discussed March 4, 2012

    Dubai: The recommendations of the Woolf report on the independent governance review of the ICC will be discussed when the governing body's Chief Executives Committee will meet here on Monday. The Indian cricket Board had rejected the recommendations but the Pakistan and Australian boards were in favour of a discussion. The...
  • 'ICC would be silly to reject Woolf report' February 17, 2012

    Sydney: Cricket Australia (CA) chief executive James Sutherland said Friday that the International Cricket Council (ICC) executive board would be silly to reject the recommendations of the Woolf report on cricket's global governance due to objections from the Indian cricket board. Sutherland feels there is a lot of really good and...
  • BCCI rejects ICC changes in Woolf report February 13, 2012

    Chennai: The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) and the International Cricket Council (ICC) were heading towards a collision course with the former rejecting the key recommendations of the Lord Woolf report concerning the restructuring in the top management of the world body. BCCI President N Srinivasan told a press conference here...