Llyod to head ICC's cricket committee

Updated: 06 July 2008 14:02 IST

The former West Indies captain would take over from Sunil Gavaskar who stepped down after a clash of interest with the ICC.

Dubai:

International Cricket Council (ICC) Thursday named former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd the new chairman of the high-profile ICC Cricket Committee.

Llyod replaces former India captain Sunil Gavaskar, who stood down in May after eight years in the role following his conflict of interest as a columnist and commentator.

The ICC board selected Lloyd ahead of other nominees, who included former Pakistan captain Majid Khan.

ICC also retained Michael Beloff as chairman of the ICC Code of Conduct Commission.

Topics : Cricket Clive Lloyd
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