Following the Election of Bermuda Cricket Board officials during their Annual General Meeting last evening at the Hamilton Princess, www.islandstats.com can confirm that Kellie Smith has become the first Female Vice President of the organization.
“To have the opportunity to be involved with the Bermuda Cricket Board at an administrative level is one that I most certainly do not take for granted,” said Smith.
Smith went on to say, “I appreciate the trust shown to me by the clubs and I am very much looking forward to working alongside our newly elected and deserving President Arnold Manders.”
“I believe my experience with the governing body over the last eight years will be of great assistance in helping to reach the long-term goals for Bermuda Cricket,” continued Smith.
Smith continued, “Having been a member of the BCB’s Executive and having a direct interest in cricket development at the grassroots level, I feel that I have had a holistic view of the sport and the challenges we all need to tackle collectively.”
Smith concluded, “It is now about planning for the future, and that doesn’t mean just for the next year or two but for many years to come to help revitalize the country’s national sport.”