Snedden wins appointment to ICC committee

Last updated 20:38 28/06/2014
GLOBAL ROLE: Martin Snedden has been appointed chairman of the International Cricket Council’s governance review committee.
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GLOBAL ROLE: Martin Snedden has been appointed chairman of the International Cricket Council’s governance review committee.

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Kiwi cricket administrator Martin Snedden has been thrust into the global spotlight – appointed chairman of the International Cricket Council’s governance review committee.

Snedden’s appointment was part of a raft of decisions made at an ICC conference which also saw the West Indies and Pakistan having representation on the all-powerful executive committee alongside ‘‘Big Three’’ nations India, Australia and England.

Chief executive of the ICC David Richardson is also to review the organisation’s anti-corruption processes.

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