CSA in favour of ICC reforms

CSA President Chris Nenzani says they voted in favour of the ICC restructure.

CSA President Chris Nenzani says the association voted in favour of the ICC restructure.

CAPE TOWN - Cricket South Africa (CSA) President Chris Nenzani says slight changes to the original International Cricket Committee (ICC) reform proposals resulted in CSA voting in favour of it.

A CSA delegation has addressed Parliament's sport portfolio committee on the restructuring of the ICC and the impact on the game in South Africa.

Nenzani says while they are not entirely satisfied with the ICC's restructure, the CSA believes it is a workable solution.

CSA will now be included in a new Test fund to financially aid countries that fail to draw crowds at Test matches.

The original proposal did not include South Africa in that group.

CSA will now receive $10 million annually as a member of the fund.

Nenzani says bi-annual elections of the ICC board are also something they have agreed upon and which were not part of the original reform proposal.