Batting for peace

Stanley Perlman, chairman of the Israel Cricket Association, makes dreams come true

Stanley Perlman.
Photo by: ICA
Everyone should be giving Israeli cricket a big thumbs-up, says outgoing Israel Cricket Association chairman Stanley Perlman.

After 20 years as chairman, Perlman recently stepped down so he could devote more time to his business interests. The 15,000 hours he devoted to Israeli cricket on a voluntary basis were not lost on the ICA board, who immediately appointed him president.

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