JOHANNESBURG - The Gauteng Cricket Board (GCB) plans to meet with local clubs on Wednesday in order to discuss what led to the failed attempt to overthrow five of its directors.
The board last week rejected attempts by disgruntled clubs to have the directors, including administrator Ray Mali, removed immediately from the board.
Dissatisfied clubs told Mali and Cricket South Africa (CSA) that they wanted to manage Gauteng cricket themselves.
The GCB claimed, local clubs do not have a majority vote and therefore may not decide to fire directors.
It is understood there are a number of issues within Gauteng cricket, including allegations of favouritism and slow transformation.
The provincial cricket board was placed under administration by suspended CSA boss Gerald Majola's team, after the board raised questions about the Indian Premier League (IPL) scandal.
In 2009, CSA executives received undeclared bonuses from the IPL tournament.
An inquiry into the allocation of bonuses has since found that Majola contravened the Companies Act by not declaring those bonuses.
Board member Patrick Moroney confirmed to Eyewitness News that a meeting was scheduled for Wednesday evening.
He said the board hoped to engage with Gauteng clubs and resolve all issues.
(Edited by Thato Motaung)