Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) president, Lyndel Wright, is dissatisfied with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) decision not to award Jamaica any matches during the Australian leg of next year's West Indies Digicel Home Series.
Wright said the JCA was told of the developments at a WICB board meeting in July.
"At the meeting, we expressed dissatisfaction with not getting a game for the Australia series as we felt strongly that we should have gotten at least one game," said Wright, who attended the meeting with the JCA's first vice-president, Melton Henry.
The first leg of the series will be held in March and April and will see the former world number-one Australia going up against the West Indies in three Tests, five one-day internationals (ODIs) and two Twenty20 (T20) internationals.
Wright further explained that in lieu of the developments, he and Henry made bids for the hosting of matches in the second leg of the series, which will see New Zealand playing the West Indies in three Tests, five ODIs and two T20s.
The Test matches in the Australian series will be played at Kensington Oval in Barbados, Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad & Tobago and the Guyana National Stadium.
The last two ODIs and the first T20 will be played at the Beausejour Cricket Ground in St Lucia, while the second T20 will be contested at Kensington Oval.
"Having made our views known and having not primarily gotten anything, we then put forward a claim for some of the matches in the New Zealand leg of the home series," Wright added.
The second leg will see the West Indies going up against New Zealand.
The WICB's Tony Howard, who will take up the acting CEO position later this week, listed a number of factors that determine scheduling, but gave no specific reason why none of the games were allotted to Jamaica.
"There are a lot of variables that go into determining a tour schedule. Weather is one, travel logistics is one, it depends if the territories have had games in the recent series and so on and so forth," said Howard, who has been earmarked to act on behalf of Dr Ernest Hilaire, who will be going on vacation on Friday.
"This is as a result of at the end of the day the territories are all shareholders in the West Indies Cricket Board and they all have to get some form of allocation," he added.