Cricket: Singapore's Imran Hamid Khwaja retains seat on ICC board with strong backing

Imran Hamid Khwaja topped the polls with an overwhelming majority. PHOTO: INTERNATIONAL CRICKET COUNCIL
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SINGAPORE - Imran Hamid Khwaja's plan to push the International Cricket Council (ICC) to introduce "fair and equitable" tournament and financial distribution structures which benefit the entire membership received a boost on Saturday (Dec 19) as he was re-elected the ICC board's chairman of associate members.

The Singaporean, 64, topped the polls, held from Dec 14-18, with an overwhelming majority. He received 34 votes - the most among the eight candidates.

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