Lynch tipped to become new BCA head

Lynch tipped to become new BCA head
Noel Lynch is tipped to become the new head of the BCA

Noel Lynch is set to move his talents from the track and field arena to the boardroom.

According to reliable sources, Lynch, a former Minister of Tourism is highly tipped to become the new chief executive officer (CEO) of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA).

Lynch, the current vice-president of the Athletics Association of Barbados (AAB) and a top sprinter in his heyday, will replace veteran insurance executive David Deane, who is the current Acting CEO of the BCA.

He served as Minister of Tourism and International Transport from 2000 to 2008. Lynch also served as the Executive Vice President of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association; Chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Organization; Past President of the Caribbean Association of Hotel Association Executives; and Director of the Caribbean Hotel Association.

Deane had taken over from former CEO Jefferson Miller, who had been fired by the BCA in October 2014 after Barbados TODAY broke the story that Miller had been convicted in a Miami Dade County Court on a charge of grand theft to the second degree, for which he was sentenced 12 years probation.


6 Responses to Lynch tipped to become new BCA head

  1. Carson C Cadogan March 20, 2016 at 3:43 pm

    The Barbados Labour Party is trying to infiltrate every organisation Barbados in the run up to the next General election, but it get them elected to Govt, any time soon.

    This is only the latest example.

  2. Alex Alleyne March 20, 2016 at 5:27 pm


  3. Basil Graham March 20, 2016 at 5:49 pm

    carson c cadougan you can really hush your mouth, the DLP has people in almost every organisation across the length and breath of Barbados. It’s time for you to go carson, your party had a good run, one term more than you deserve.

  4. lswiltshire March 20, 2016 at 8:50 pm


  5. Sunshine Sunny Shine March 21, 2016 at 7:08 am

    A dismal failure. A fabricator of facts, and highly controversial. A man who is rich beyond his wildest dreams and who wanted Barbadians to believe that his riches were all part of his extensive plan to save the largest percentage of his minister salary and other allowances. As they say, the jury is still out on his plantation purchase.

    • Sue Donym March 21, 2016 at 8:48 am

      Bouncer! Good thing you only get one per over.


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