Todd Greenberg has been named the new Chief Executive of the Australian Cricketers Association. Greenberg, who previously worked as the Chief Executive Officer of the National Rugby League, has held a full-time position at the ACA, which has not had a permanent CEO since Alistair Nicholson stepped down last year, which Connellan said was an interim capacity. Was serving in .

Talking about his new role, Greenberg said: “I want to thank the ACA Board and the players for the opportunity to advocate for them. I have a long history with cricket – it’s the sport with which I first The bar fell in love – and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to work on their behalf in partnership with Cricket Australia and the state associations for the good of the game. “

Cricket Australia’s interim CEO Nick Hockley congratulated Greenberg on his appointment. “The role of the CEO of the Australian Cricketers Association is an incredibly important one, and on behalf of Cricket Australia, I would like to congratulate Todd Greenberg on his appointment.

“Todd’s experience in administering National Rugby League will bring valuable insights, which will certainly benefit cricket. We welcome Todd back to cricket where he played first class cricket for Randwick and worked in cricket NSW, And I look forward to working with them. We finish this summer of cricket and move forward to 2021-22, which will have an Ashes series for men and women.

I would like to congratulate and thank Joe Connellan for his contribution as interim CEO of the ACA, which has been an incredible summer of cricket, and acknowledge Alistair Nicholson who made such an important contribution and made a timely contribution to his time. The ACA left a strong legacy, ”Hawkley said.

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