A group of WA Cricket Association members want an investigation into all decisions made by the board in the past seven years.
They made the call after the collapse of the $500 million redevelopment at the East Perth ground.
Speaking on behalf of the group, lifetime member Mandy Loton said there were concerns about how the board had handled the project.
The board had pushed on with the plan, spearheaded by Dennis Lillee, despite the resignation of incoming chairman George Jones over the development contract.
The decision has proved costly, with insiders revealing exclusively to _ The West Australian _ that the board has already spent more than $8 million on the project - about six years profit.
"Before the board considers other strategies, members would like a review of the past seven years to investigate the direction the board has taken and what it has accomplished," Ms Loton said.