Dubai (Web Desk): India's Shashank Manohar has been re-elected chairman of the International Cricket Council for another two years.
Manohar, who became the ICC's first independent chairman in 2016, was elected unopposed for a second term after a tenure marked by broad reforms.
He was the sole nominee for the position.
As chairman he spearheaded efforts to restructure the ICC to curb the dominance of cricket's three wealthiest nations, Australia, India and England.
The 60-year-old former head of the Indian board successfully revised the ICC's governance and pushed for the appointment of its first independent female director.