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Antigua and Barbuda PM opposes WICB dissolution

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Cracks in the CARICOM-led opposition to the West Indies Cricket Board have come out wide open with Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne categorically opposing the dissolution of the WICB. 
Browne is a member of the CARICOM's sub-committee on cricket, which last November called the WICB "antiquated" and suggested it be replaced by an interim board.
However, Browne has said such a move would only push West Indies cricket into further turmoil.
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