Ken Gordon elected president of WI Cricket Board

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:53 IST

A businessman and former government minister from Trinidad has been elected the new president of the West Indies Cricket Board on Sunday.

Bridgetown, Barbados:
A businessman and former government minister from Trinidad has been elected the new president of the West Indies Cricket Board on Sunday, the body announced. Ken Gordon, the only nominee for the job, was chosen at the board's annual meeting in St. Maarten, the board said in a statement. Gordon, 75, replaces Barbadian Teddy Griffith, who announced in June that he would not seek another two-year term for personal reasons. Gordon's main job will be preparing for the 2007 Cricket World Cup, which will be held in the Caribbean for the first time. (AP)
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