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Todd Greenberg named Chief Executive of the Australian Cricketers’ Association
Todd Greenberg, the former Chief Executive of the NRL, has named as the new Chief Executive for the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA).
Cricket Australia announced the appointment of Greenberg, who is set to replace outgoing postholder, Alistair Nicholson, after Nicholson announced in October he would resign after six years in the role.
Advising that Greenberg’s experience will benefit cricket in Australia as he is set to represent past and present professional cricketers, Cricket Australia interim Chief Executive, Nick Hockley stated "the role of CEO at the Australian Cricketers’ Association is an incredibly important one, and on behalf of Cricket Australia, I’d like to congratulate Todd Greenberg on his appointment.
“Todd’s experience in administering the National Rugby League will bring valuable insights that will undoubtedly benefit cricket.
“We welcome Todd back to cricket, where he both played first grade cricket for Randwick, and worked at Cricket NSW, and I look forward to working with him as we complete this summer of cricket and look ahead to 2021/22, which will feature men’s and women’s Ashes series,” he said.
Welcoming his new role, Greenberg explained “I would like 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 game I first fell in love with, and am looking forward to the opportunity to work closely on their behalf in partnership with Cricket Australia and the state associations for the good of the game.
“This is a role that comes with great responsibility and I am very much looking forward to meeting and speaking to as many players and members as I can over the coming months."
Greenberg stood down from his role as the NRL Chief Executive among the pressure of the NRL’s 2020 season suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, after he was widely scrutinised for the financial situation of the NRL.
He was named as non-executive Board member of Venues NSW in December last year.
Image: Todd Greenberg. Credit: Australian Cricketers’ Association.
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