Imran Khawaja re-appointed as Vice-Chairman of International Cricket Council
Imran Khawaja currently holds the position of Associate Member Director on the ICC Board.© ICC
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has re-appointed Imran Khawaja of Singapore as the Deputy Chairman for a two-year term. Khawaja currently holds the position of Associate Member Director on the ICC Board, having been re-elected in July 2022 at the ICC Annual Conference. Khawaja was first elected to the ICC Board in 2008 and has been serving as deputy chairman since 2017.
A few days back, Greg Barclay of New Zealand has been unanimously re-elected as the chairman of the ICC for a second two-year term.
Barclay was elected unopposed after Zimbabwe’s Tawengwa Mukuhalani withdrew from the process, and the ICC Board reaffirmed its full support for the New Zealander to remain at the helm.
BCCI secretary Jay Shah was also elected as the head of the ICC’s all-powerful Finance and Commercial Affairs (F&CA) committee at the board meeting earlier this month. Former BCCI President Sourav Ganguly heads the ICC Men’s Cricket Committee.
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