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Ousted ICC Committee Member Tim May Slams Organization After Losing Election
Published May 9, 2013
A NON ISSUE: THE HINDU reported a top BCCI functionary "denied reports that the second vote for the players’ representative to the ICC Cricket Committee was prompted by the BCCI to swing the election in favour of L. Sivaramakrishnan." The functionary said, "I don’t want to comment on it, it’s purely an ICC matter. It is not a BCCI issue at all." Another well-informed source "contradicted FICA’s claim that the first vote was 9-1 in favour of Tim May." The source said that Sivaramakrishnan, now engaged in broadcast work for National and Int'l matches, "may have been ahead or locked in a 5-5 score" (THE HINDU, 5/8).