[www.inewsguyana.com] – Michael Hall has tendered his resignation as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The West Indies Players Association (WIPA), officials have confirmed.
Hall, who has served the sport in several capacities for more than a decade, has resigned to pursue other opportunities.
However WIPA’s president Wavell Hinds says Hall will remain as a director of WIPA.
“We are sorry to see Michael leave his role as the CEO of the Association,” said Hinds.
“He is a more than capable administrator, who provided a steady, level-headed approach to the handling of the players’ business during his tenure. We are pleased that he will continue to serve the region’s players by remaining as a member of WIPA’s board.”
Hall’s role in cricket administration began in 2001, when he was appointed Chief Cricket Operations Officer at the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).
In 2004 he was named executive director of Jamaica Cricket 2007 Ltd, where he spearheaded the country’s successful bid to host matches in the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup.