Zimbabwe cricket chief Hogg resigns

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:04 IST

Zimbabwe Cricket Union (ZCU) chief executive Vincent Hogg has resigned.

Harare: Zimbabwe Cricket Union (ZCU) chief executive Vincent Hogg has resigned. Hogg has notified ZCU chairman Peter Chingoka and the 12-man board of directors of his decision and will quit his functions after the ZCU annual meeting scheduled for August 8. Confirming his resignation, Hogg was not immediately prepared to give his reasons for quitting, adding, "A ZCU statement will be issued shortly." His resignation comes after the ZCU union agreed last week to suspend its Test matches for the remainder of 2004 following a row over 15 sacked white players following the sacking of the captain Heath Streak. Streak had objected to the selection policies of the ZCU which he claimed were compromising the success of the national team. (AP)
Topics : Cricket
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