Greenberg was chief government of the NRL earlier than resigning final yr
Todd Greenberg, the previous chief government of Nationwide Rugby League, has been named the brand new chief government of the Australian Cricketers’ Affiliation.
The ACA has been and not using a everlasting CEO since Alistair Nicholson resigned late final yr and has been led by interim Joe Connellan whereas the sport has navigated a summer season impacted by Covid-19.
Greenberg had been tipped for both the ACA place or the identical function at Cricket Australia which is at present being led by Nick Hockley who changed Kevin Roberts final June.
He resigned from the NRL final April amid the fallout from the pandemic.
“I wish to thank the ACA board and the gamers for the chance to advocate for them. I’ve a protracted historical past with cricket – it is the sport I first fell in love with – and am wanting ahead to the chance to work carefully on their behalf in partnership with Cricket Australia and the state associations for the great of the sport,” Greenberg mentioned.
“It is a function that comes with nice accountability and I’m very a lot wanting ahead to assembly and talking to as many gamers and members as I can over the approaching months.”
Hockley, who has steered CA by way of the pandemic with a full males’s and ladies’s worldwide season going down in addition to two Large Bash tournaments, welcomed the appointment.
“The function of CEO on the Australian Cricketers’ Affiliation CEO is an extremely essential one, and on behalf of Cricket Australia, I would prefer to congratulate Todd Greenberg on his appointment,” he mentioned.
“Todd’s expertise in administering the Nationwide Rugby League will deliver worthwhile insights that may undoubtedly profit cricket. We welcome Todd again to cricket, the place he each performed first grade cricket for Randwick and labored at Cricket NSW, and I look ahead to working with him as we full this summer season of cricket and sit up for 2021-22, which is able to characteristic males’s and ladies’s Ashes sequence.”