New Zealander Alan Isaac takes over as ICC chief
Current Affair 2012. New Zealander Alan Isaac takes over as ICC chief in Kuala Lumpur on 28 June 2012
Alan Isaac on 28 June 2012 announced as the eighth president of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Annual Conference for 2 years terms in Kuala Lumpur after India’s Sharad Pawar. Isaac was the vice-president of ICC for the last two years.
While previous South African wicket-keeper David Richardson was appointed as the new ICC chief executive after four years working term of Haroon Lorhat. Richardson played 42 Tests for South Africa and was ICC's General Manager of Cricket for the last 10 years.
The ICC board will select a chairman in 2014 with a two-year term.