SINGAPORE - Former Singapore Cricket Association (SCA) president Imran Hamid was re-elected as associate member director of the International Cricket Council (ICC) for a further two-year term. He has sat on the board of the ICC since 2008.
The 59-year-old lawyer was a former national cricket captain in the 1970s and 80s and was SCA president for 10 years.
During his term, the ICC held its annual conference - the cricket world's biggest meeting of the year - in Singapore in 2010. It was the first time it was held outside London and Dubai.
Said Imran: "It's a great honour and privilege to represent 95 out of 105 cricketing countries in the world. We have bold and ambitious plans for the associate cricket world to take its rightful place with members, and a great number of plans is now in discussion with the ICC."