Michael Kasprowicz has resigned from his post as the non-executive director of Cricket Australia (CA) on Wednesday (July 22), chairman Earl Eddings confirmed.
Cricket Australia stated in a press release, that the former Australian fast bowler, “In a statement to the Board, Michael advised of his intention to resign, wishing Australian Cricket well.”
His tenure was supposed to end next year. With his departure, Cricket Australia is left with no more male Test players in the board.
“As I did on the field, I believe I have given absolutely everything to this position and over the years have enjoyed the opportunity to represent every stakeholder of cricket in this country,” Kasprowicz said. “The experience has been an honour and an absolute privilege, but now is the right time for me to step down.”
“Michael has been a servant of Australian Cricket as a former International player, ACA President, Interim CEO of Queensland Cricket and a member of the Board for eight years,” Eddings added. “He is a long-standing member of the cricket family and we thank him for his contribution.”
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