ICC fact-finding mission arrives in Zimbabwe

sport_9.jpgAn ICC task force appointed to assess the current situation of cricket in Zimbabwe has arrived in the country on a three-day fact-finding mission.

The team, led by president of the West Indies Cricket Board Dr Julian
Hunte, will seek to establish the current state of cricket in Zimbabwe
as it relates to the management and development of the game and also to
conduct an assessment of the policies and programmes executed with the
view to restoring the senior team to Test cricket.

Hunte, along with Arjuna Ranatunga and Haroon Lorgat, will carry out a
detailed inspection of the cricket administration, facilities,
resources and capabilities in the country. Hunte will then make
recommendations to the full ICC Board when it next meets in January. An
ICC statement said that "these recommendations will include
constructive strategies and initiatives to assist Zimbabwe to improve
its cricket in all respects and to aid its return to Test cricket as
soon as possible".

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