Chance to air their views

Anybody with an interest on the local cricket scene had a chance to attend an all day discussion on Saturday.

The Cayman Islands Cricket Association Strategic Plan Retreat was held at the John Gray High School Hall.

Using the theme ‘A Way Forward’ members and cricket enthusiasts reviewed plans and programmes on the CICA 10 year Strategic Plan 1999 to 2008 and discussed methods of enhancing them while bringing in new systems.

CICA Strategic Development Plan encourages wide spread involvement and values the input of stake holders.

The retreat was officially opened by Director of Sports Dalton Watler who congratulated the CICA on the development process and encouraged the association to continue working towards higher levels.

Also attending were CICA President Courtney Myles and executive members, CICUA President Courtney Young and senior umpire Hubert Smythe, representatives of the women’s club, schools, coaching and the media.

The retreat topics and presenters were: Administration and Marketing – Merta Day, Facilities – Stephen Best, Officiating – Courtney Young, Competitions – Rajpal Hemraj and Coaching – Theo Cuffy.

Following five hours of discussions, a Strategic Plan Committee was formed comprising of Hector Robinson -chairman, Alister Carter and David Ross.

Information can be added to the process by emailing the CICA Secretary at [email protected]

The association thanked Chairman Harcourt Wason and the attendees for their valued contributions and John Gray High School Principal for the use of the facilities.