World Cricket committee in New Zealand
Published: 22 February 2013
MCC's World Cricket committee will discuss corruption in cricket and the context of the international game, among other topical issues, when they meet in Auckland, New Zealand on 25 and 26 February 2013.
It will be the first meeting attended by former West Indies captain Jimmy Adams and is the first time the WCC has met in New Zealand. The meeting coincides with England's ongoing tour of the country.
The two-day gathering will take place at the Sky City Grand Hotel in Auckland.
Chaired by Mike Brearley, those present will include former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe, as well as Australia legend Steve Waugh and ICC Chief Executive David Richardson. Charlotte Edwards, Rod Marsh, Barry Richards and Steve Bucknor complete the line-up for this latest meeting.
The World Cricket comittee was established in 2006 and is an independent voice in world cricket, free from considerations of politics, money and race. It meets twice yearly and its debates and decisions are made solely in the interest of cricket and its players.
Brearley succeeded Tony Lewis as Chairman in 2011.
WCC Agenda - Feb 2013
Corruption in cricket
The context for international cricket
The Laws of Cricket and associated research
The Decision Review System - including presentations from Ian Taylor (creator of Virtual Eye) and Warren Brennan (the inventor of Hot Spot)
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