LAHORE - In the wake of stalemate over the dates of the proposed Champions League Twenty20 tournament, the ICC has finally called the meeting of its board members on August 6 (today). The meeting, which will take place by telephone hook-up, was called by ICC President David Morgan. The members will discuss the implications of the announcement by the Champions League Twenty20 organisers who said they would hold the event from September 29, which also is the scheduled reserve day for the final of the ICC Champions Trophy to be held in Pakistan. An ICC spokesman said: "All our directors are committed to the principle of the primacy of ICC events and every one of them wants the ICC Champions Trophy to be a successful, premium-quality tournament.  On that basis the directors will consider whether, and if so how, the Champions League will impact on that desired outcome, given its proposed start date of September 29, the reserve day of the ICC Champions Trophy final."   The ICC board comprises chairman from each of the 10 full members as well as three associate member representatives. Also present at ICC Board meetings is the ICC President, who chairs proceedings, the ICC Chief Executive Officer and the ICC Vice-President.