BASSETERRE, St.Kitts (Wednesday 31st March 2021)- The executive committee and members of the St. Kitts Cricket Association are scheduled to meet on Tuesday 6th April 2021, to convene the biennial general meeting of the sporting organisation.

The meeting culminates two years of continued cricket development work by the present executive committee which is headed by President Dennis Phillip.

On Tuesday, the gathering of SKCA members will receive the president’s report and a secretary’s report along with a report on the financial accounts of the association.

These presentations are required to be made at the general meeting in accordance with the provisions of the association’s constitution.

Members present will also receive and deliberate on draft plans for the continued development of the association. These plans are expected to include presentations on the upcoming cricket calendar, the management of local facilities, rebuilding the status of local cricket, and ensuring there is effective stakeholder involvement.

Tuesday night’s general meeting will also elect a new executive committee for the association.

SKCA Executive Secretary, Carleen Delaney has disclosed that nominations have been received from a number of members who have offered themselves to serve in the various positions.

Delaney said the nominations are a sign that, “the cricket association continues to attract talented individuals who are dedicated to the growth and development of the sport.”

Most positions will be contested unopposed. However, there is expected to be a vote for the Treasurer position, as a number of persons have offered to be considered for this position.

The SKCA is a member of the Leeward Islands Cricket Association which represents interests our islands on the board of Cricket West Indies.