The International Cricket Council (ICC) and Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) had a successful workshop on Friday

 

CC, ZC PLAN WAY FORWARD FOR ZIMBABWE

The International Cricket Council (ICC) and Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) had a successful workshop on Friday to work out together and agree a strategic business, financial and cricket plan for ZC moving forward. This plan needs to be presented to the ICC Board at its October meeting.

The ICC and ZC worked collaboratively to come up with a plan – which includes the well-publicised controlled funding mechanism of the ICC – designed to ensure ZC gets into a healthy financial state while reviving and bolstering its cricket.

ZC is delighted to host ICC chief executive officer David Richardson and chief financial officer Ankur Khanna as well as Titans Cricket chief executive officer Jacques Faul and appreciates their experience and contribution.

It was an ideal opportunity for the ICC and ZC to visit ZAMCO and reinforce the already strong working relationship and show appreciation for their support.

What was clear from the workshop was that the plan has to be an all-encompassing one not only looking at cricket throughout the country, but more importantly one that also embraces all cricket lovers, including players, fans, families and communities.

The details of the plan will be released following the ICC’s October meeting, but the implementation of the austerity measures required has already started.

to work out together and agree a strategic business, financial and cricket plan for ZC moving forward. This plan needs to be presented to the ICC Board at its October meeting.

The ICC and ZC worked collaboratively to come up with a plan – which includes the well-publicised controlled funding mechanism of the ICC – designed to ensure ZC gets into a healthy financial state while reviving and bolstering its cricket.

ZC is delighted to host ICC chief executive officer David Richardson and chief financial officer Ankur Khanna as well as Titans Cricket chief executive officer Jacques Faul and appreciates their experience and contribution.

It was an ideal opportunity for the ICC and ZC to visit ZAMCO and reinforce the already strong working relationship and show appreciation for their support.

What was clear from the workshop was that the plan has to be an all-encompassing one not only looking at cricket throughout the country, but more importantly one that also embraces all cricket lovers, including players, fans, families and communities.

The details of the plan will be released following the ICC’s October meeting, but the implementation of the austerity measures required has already started.

 

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