Written by Staff Writer
09 Nov, 2015 | 4:34 pm
BCCI president Shashank Manohar is set to replace N Srinivasan for the remainder of the latter’s term as ICC chairman. Manohar will occupy the position till end of June next year. The BCCI also appointed former ICC president Sharad Pawar as the second nominee to attend ICC meetings in case Manohar was unavailable.
At its 86th annual general meeting, held at its headquarters in Mumbai, the BCCI also made two changes to the national selection panel. Former India wicketkeeper MSK Prasad replaced Roger Binny as South Zone member and Gagan Khoda came in for Rajinder Singh Hans from the Central Zone. Former India pacer and bowling coach Venkatesh Prasad was appointed chairman of the junior selection panel.
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