HIGHER OFFICE: Following elections held in Barbados on Tuesday, Jamaica's Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron (left) is the new President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). Cameron's running mate, Emmanuel Nanthan of Dominica, is the new vice-president. "As we take over the reins of the WICB," said Cameron, 42, "we assume responsibility with very lofty goals in our minds and the understanding of the reason we are here and what everybody in the region is looking forward to us being able to accomplish." In a congratulatory message, PM Portia Simpson-Miller said Jamaica and the region expects that under Cameron's watch regional cricket will chart a new course of development and success. "With our long history of excellence, you now have the opportunity to build on this legacy for the greater good of the sport and cricket-loving fans around the world," Simpson-Miller said. "I have every confidence that the process and development of West Indies cricket will benefit from your talent, passion and considerable experience."