Roger Twose appointed New Zealand Cricket director
Martin Snedden replaces Greg Barclay on the board of the ladies’s ODI World Cup 2022
Former batsman Roger Twose has been appointed as director of New Zealand Cricket to exchange Greg Barclay, who was required to step apart after being named ICC chairman.
Steve Tew, who earlier served as CEO of New Zealand Rugby, has been appointed to the place of board observer, whereas former New Zealand participant and present NZC chairman Martin Snedden has changed Barclay on the board of the ladies’s ODI World Cup 2022.
Twose performed 16 Assessments and 87 ODIs between 1995 and 2001 and performed a giant position in New Zealand’s ICC Knockouts title win in 2000. He has up to now served as chair of the NZC’s gamers’ affiliation and has additionally been a part of the board’s high-performance advisory group for the final ten months. Barclay, who succeeded Shashank Manohar as ICC chairman, was the NZC director since 2012 until he had to surrender the publish.
Tew was on the NZ Rugby board from 2008 to 2019, a interval throughout which the All Blacks and the Black Ferns maintained the No. 1 world rankings – for ten years – and received a number of World Cups.
Snedden, who performed 25 Assessments and 93 ODIs between 1980 and 1990, was elected chairman in December after the place grew to become vacant following Barclay’s exit. He has performed outstanding roles at NZC up to now too – as chief government and a board member of the organisation from 1990 to 1992, 1999 to 2001, and once more 2013 onwards. He most just lately labored to raise the standing of girls’s cricket as head of NZC’s One Cricket Undertaking.
“We’re absolutely thrilled that we are able to welcome someone of Martin’s calibre and experience to the CWC22 Board as we continue planning to deliver an incredible event in early 2022,” board member Liz Dawson mentioned. “With a lifetime involved in cricket as a player and administrator – not to mention having led New Zealand’s delivery of the 2011 Rugby World Cup – Martin will obviously be a hugely valuable contributor.”