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Cricket South Africa (CSA) has decided to support ICC revamp proposals while Sri Lanka Cricket has decided to abstain from voting, sources said.

The ICC executive board is meeting now in Singapore to take a vote for proposals that will change governance structure of ICC, they said.

Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa protested against the resolution. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has changed its stand since and joined the Big Three (India,Australia and England) under the assurance that Bangladesh’s Test status won’t be compromised and also, the big teams will play bilateral series against them. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) still remain adamant.

The proposals require the consent of eight out of ten ‘full member’ boards and as of now the ‘big three’ have eight in their favour with the South Africa's support.(Channaka de Silva)


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SINGAPORE: The International Cricket Council board Saturday approved wide-ranging structural and governance reforms despite complaints that they place too much power in the hands of the “Big Three” of India, England and Australia.

The proposals were passed after gaining the support of eight of the ICC's 10 full members, with Sri Lanka and Pakistan -- who have both been vocally opposed -- abstaining, a spokesman said.

The package resolution, passed at a meeting in Singapore, includes setting up a five-man executive council with seats reserved for India, England and Australia, the sport's leading financial powers. And N. Srinivasan of India, which contributes the lion's share of cricket's global revenues, will chair the ICC board from the middle of this year.

“There were eight full members who were in a position to support the resolution today and the two who have abstained have pledged to further discuss the issues with an aim to reaching unanimous approval over the coming weeks,”said ICC president Alan Isaac.


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LONDON: Former International Cricket Council (ICC) president Ehsan Mani says it would be “sheer madness” for the governing body to effectively hand over control of the sport to India, Australia and England.

It was announced after a board meeting in Dubai last month that a new five-member ICC executive committee would be established to include representatives from the ECB, Cricket Australia and the Board of Control for Cricket in India.

However, the plan has received widespread criticism.

The current executive committee includes representatives from all 10 Test-playing countries, and some suggest the new proposals will allow the 'Big Three' to take over at the expense of other cricketing nations.

“If these proposals are accepted then the Big Three will decide how the ICC runs and what it does,” Mani told Reuters in a telephone interview from his home in Islamabad.

“The board of the ICC cricket council will effectively have no powers apart from approving whatever India, Australia and England do.

“If these proposals are accepted they are going to be doing severe damage to world cricket. It would seriously affect the credibility of the ICC as the governing body.”

Mani believes three of the 10 Test-playing nations will reject the new proposals.

“As far as I know South Africa, Sri Lanka and Pakistan will not vote for it and without those three this cannot go through,” said the 68-year-old businessman who was president of the ICC between 2003-06.

“Do you really want to run World Cups and such like without these countries and without South Africa who are the number one-ranked Test team in the world? That would be sheer madness.”

India have long been regarded as the traditional powerhouse among the Test-playing nations and the Pakistani says England and Australia might think again about the new proposals if they are rejected.

“What will be interesting is what the Big Three will do if the plan is blocked,” said Mani.

“Bangladesh and West Indies have only supported the Big Three because they've been given the incentive that they will get more tours from these countries, hence more money from television rights.

“I question the morality of that but if this move is blocked, then it will be a serious time for England and Australia to think about how much damage they might be doing to the game just to fall into line with something that India wants.”


Mani said the new proposals would encourage a free-for-all scenario to develop in terms of future Test series.

“Under the present Future Tours Programme every country is obliged to play every other country in a four-year cycle home and away at least once,” he explained.

“What the Big Three are saying is do away with that, let all the countries decide who they will play against, with no obligation to play any of the other members.

“So you will have a free-for-all situation that certain countries will misuse to go where they will totally unsettle international cricket because members will only play against countries where they make money,” said Mani.

“It would mean they won't be interested in countries like Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, New Zealand or possibly even West Indies where they will lose money to tour.”

Earlier this week, chairman of the ECB Giles Clarke said the new proposals would help give countries greater financial stability.

Yet Mani believes the lesser cricketing nations who are outside the 10 Test-playing elite will suffer financially under the new plans.

“The Big Three are also proposing to cut the funding of the associate and affiliate members and that will kill off the development programme of the ICC,” he said.

“What they are saying is we'll give $210 million to associate members, half of that will go to the top six countries so the other 90-odd will have to share $105 million.

“What they further say ... is that the new ICC executive board will decide which of those countries will get money and how much - that goes against the very constitution of the ICC,” Mani added.

“The constitution says the associate members will get 25 percent of ICC revenues. It doesn't give the board of the ICC the right to decide who gets how much.

“What the executive board doesn't appreciate is that although these countries don't necessarily play a high standard of cricket, there are big economies involved like China and the United States that over time with the right sort of investment could give the ICC a huge amount of returns in terms of money.”


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“ජාත්‍යන්තර ක්‍රිකට් ක්‍රීඩාව අනතුරක” - වුල්ෆ් සාමි
අවසාන යාවත්කාලීන කිරීම :  2014 පෙබරවාරි 7 සිකුරාදා - 17:14 GMT- Sandeshaya-sinhala
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ජාත්‍යන්තර ක්‍රිකට් පාලක මණ්ඩලයට ඉදිරිපත්ව ඇති මතභේදයට තුඩු දුන් නව සැලැස්මක් සෙනසුරාදා සිංගපූර්හිදී සාකච්ඡාවට ගනු ලැබීමට නියමිතයි.
ජාත්‍යන්තර ක්‍රිකට් පාලක මණ්ඩලය තුල ඉන්දියාවේ,එංගලන්තයේ සහ ඕස්ට්‍රේලියාවේ ක්‍රිකට් පාලක මණ්ඩලවල බලය ශක්තිමත් කෙරෙන නව සැලැස්මට ක්‍රිකට් ක්‍රීඩා කරන සමහර රටවල් දැනටමත් විරෝධය පළ කර ඇත.

එංගලන්තයේ සහ වේල්සයේ හිටපු අගවිනිසුරුවරයකු වන වුල්ෆ් සාමිවරයා යෝජිත සැලසුම් විග්‍රහ කරන්නේ ඉහත කී රටවල් ත්‍රිත්වයේ ක්‍රිකට් බලධාරීන් විසින් ජාත්‍යන්තර ක්‍රිකට් පාලක මණ්ඩලයේ බලය අල්ලා ගනු ලැබීමේ සැලැස්මක් හැටියටයි.
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“චීනය ,රුසියාව සහ ඇමෙරිකා එක්සත් ජනපදයේ ජනාධිපතිවරුන් තිදෙනා එක්සත් ජාතීන්ගේ මණ්ඩලයේ බලය අත්පත් කර ගනිමින් සමස්ත ලෝකය පාලනය කිරීමට කටයුතු කරන ආකාරය සහ ජාත්‍යන්තර ක්‍රිකට් පාලක මණ්ඩලයේ නව උත්සාහය සමාන ක්‍රියාවලියක් වන බවයි”, වුල්ෆ් සාමිවරයා පෙන්වා දෙන්නේ.
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යෝජිත සැලැස්මට පාකිස්තාන් ක්‍රිකට් ලෝලීන්ගේ විරෝධය
එම නව සැලැස්ම යටතේ ක්‍රිකට් ක්‍රීඩාවේ අනාගතය ඉහත කී රටවල් තුන අතට පත් වීමේ තත්වයක් උදාවෙන බවට වුල්ෆ් සාමිවරයා බිය පළ කරයි.
එංගලන්තයේ සහ වේල්සයේ හිටපු අගවිනිසුරුවරයකු වන වුල්ෆ් සාමිවරයා ක්‍රිකට් ක්‍රීඩා විධි විධාන සම්බන්ධයෙන් මැදිහත් වූ ඉතිහාසයක් සහිත නීති විශාරදයෙකි . ජාත්‍යන්තර ක්‍රිකට් පාලක මණ්ඩලය 2011 දී එහි පරිපාලන ව්‍යුහය ,ජාත්‍යන්තර තරඟ සහ මූල්‍ය ව්‍යුහයට අදාළ නීතිමය ප්‍රතිපාදනය සඳහා පියවර ගැනීමේ අධීක්ෂණ කාර්යය පැවරුවේ වුල්ෆ් සාමිවරයාට යයි ක්‍රිකට් ක්‍රීඩා විස්තර විචාරක චන්නක ද සිල්වා පවසයි.
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ඉහත කී රටවල් ත්‍රිත්වය විසින් ගෙනෙනු ලබන නව සැලැස්ම අනුව ජාත්‍යන්තර ක්‍රිකට් පාලක මණ්ඩලයට ලැබෙන ආදායමින් වැඩි කොටස එම පාලක මණ්ඩල තුන අතර බෙදී යාමක් ද සිදු වෙන බවයි බොහෝ සාමාජික රටවල් පෙන්වා දෙන්නේ.
ඉන්දියාවේ ඕස්ට්‍රේලියාවේ හා එංගලන්ත සහ වේල්ස් ක්‍රිකට් පාලක මණ්ඩල විසින් ICC යේ බලය පැහැර ගැනීමට දරන උත්සාහය සම්බන්ධයෙන් ඉන්දියාවේ ,එංගලන්තයේ සහ ඕස්ට්‍රේලියාවේ ආණ්ඩු කනගාටු විය යුතුව ඇති බවත් වුල්ෆ් සාමිවරයා කියා සිටියි.

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