Trinidad Meeting Hopes to End West Indies Cricket Impasse

West Indies Cricket Board pesident Dave Cameron and ODI captain Dwayne Bravo will attend the meeting as the agenda will be the resolution of the impasse and the non-discrimination and non-victimisation of the players involved in the abandoned tour.

updated: October 31, 2014 15:08 IST
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Kingston: The feuding parties in the ongoing West Indies cricket dispute will meet in in Trinidad on Friday, in another effort to resolve the bitter impasse. (West Indies pullout of India tour has shamed Caribbeans: Trinidad Cricket Board)

The West Indies players walked off the recent one-day international tour of India in protest over the terms and conditions of their new contracts, sparking a messy row with their union, the West Indies Players Association (WIPA), and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), reports Caribbean Media Corporation.

Hans King, press secretary to St Vincent's Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves, said in a statement on Thursday night that the meeting was agreed upon through the facilitation of Gonsalves, WICB president, Dave Cameron and ODI captain Dwayne Bravo, spokesman for the aggrieved West Indies players.

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