ICC Cricket Committee meeting to begin on Friday
Dubai: The two-day annual ICC Cricket Committee meeting will begin in Mumbai tomorrow to discuss various issues including illegal bowling actions and a review of the World Cup held in Australia and New Zealand.
Other issues to be discussed are the balance between bat and ball in all three formats, ICC Playing Conditions, the use of technology in umpiring and Code of Conduct, including player behaviour.
The committee is chaired by former India captain Anil Kumble and includes representatives of the game’s various stakeholders. The Committee has 12 members, including Kumble.
“The Cricket Committee’s remit is to discuss cricket-playing matters and to make recommendations to the ICC Chief Executives’ Committee and the ICC Board that will meet in Barbados during the ICC’s annual conference week, from 22-26 June,” an ICC release said.