The cricketing world shocked when they walked out because of a long-running dispute on their tour of India.
The organization’s board, squad, and players union lately gathered for additional discussions in Jamaica.
The damage has been important, together with the sport’s most effective country freezing all future tours to the Caribbean and threatening legal action.
Cricket Australia chairman Wally Edwards and chief executive James Sutherland were unwilling to comment, saying they’ll know more after next week’s ICC meetings in Dubai.
But Edwards called for calm amid concerns about their spot at next year’s World Cup as well as the future of the West Indies, to be co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia.
“Edwards do not consider it (West Indies) will be lost. I can not picture that,” Edwards told reporters after Cricket Australia’s ago.
“They have had disputes before. They have had continuing rumblings there for quite some time. ” Edwards feel confident they’ll get concluded. Their president Dave Cameron is a competent man and also a bright man.
“But I do not understand what is caused the precise walkout. Reporters were playing along fairly happily.”
Sutherland said he was not uncomfortable with the timeframe before the World Cup wouldn’t seek any guarantees in Dubai and begins in February.
However, Sutherland declared he was “surprised and shocked” by the events that unfolded in India.
“You have got to wonder how it can get to that,” Sutherland said. “There was a little wavering there, where it seemed at one stage that it was sorted and then all of a sudden it was not.
“But we do not understand the ins and outs. We’ll, hopefully, understand a little more next week.”