Elected as a Director in 2003, appointed Chairman 2015 .Partner of Murdoch Clarke, Barristers and Solicitors.23 years’ experience as a litigation lawyer.Played cricket with South Hobart, University, Devonport and Kingston Crows Cricket Club.Coached Kingston Crows Cricket Club.
Elected as a Director in 2001.Chairman of Destination Southern Tasmania Ltd.Board member of Tourism Industry Council of Tasmania.Former Chief Executive of the Tasmanian Convention Bureau.Executive Director of the Hobart Chamber of Commerce and State Director of Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce.Played cricket with Kingborough District Cricket Club.President from 1991-97, Board member for 11 years.Awarded Life Membership of Club in 2001.
Deputy Chairman.Elected as a Director in 2004.Elected as Deputy Chairman in 2008.Chairman of KPMG Tasmania.Director of Common Ground Tasmania.Chartered accountant with 30 years’ experience.
Appointed NWTCA (Cricket North West) Director in 2004 by the NWTCA Board.President of Cricket North West since 2004.Principal of WHK Accountants and Business Advisors based in Burnie with three offices on north west coast of Tasmania.Chartered accountant with over 26 years’ experience in public practice.Played cricket with Devonport Cricket Club and Burnie Yeoman Cricket Club
Appointed as a Director in February 2009 and elected in September 2010.Practice Manager for Back-In-Motion Health Group.17 years’ experience in financial services, marketing and management
TCA President. Appointed NTCA (Cricket North) Director in 2012 by the NTCA Board. 15 years as NTCU and SA Advisor. 50 Years continuous experience in cricket.
David Boon is one of Tasmania’s most experienced cricketers and has played years of international cricket, captained Tasmania, worked as a senior manager in Cricket Tasmania’s administration and served as a national selector.He is currently an ICC Match Referee, officiating at cricket matches around the world.
Grew up in Hobart and has been based in Melbourne since 1997 with an extensive background in finance, marketing consulting and heavy industry and manufacturing.Appointed to the Board in March 2015.Investment Adviser with Evans and Partners.Chairman of The Primary Club of Australia (Victoria).Played club cricket with Sandy Bay Cricket Club.
Is currently an Australian Marketing Institute State Council Member, a Non-Executive Director for Food Bank Tasmania and her most recent employment was Director of Marketing at UTAS.The second female to join the Cricket Tasmania Board in its history, Bailey will focus on the area of strategic marketing and leadership.
Appointed Cricket North West representative.Impressive business and sporting administration background and was an Alderman of Burnie City Council for nine years and the Mayor in 2000-2001.
Doug joined the board in September 2016 with a goal to focus on improving member benefits and communication and to also try and promote Blundstone Arena as a multi purpose venue for all Tasmanian's.He is a retired financial advisor, having owned his own practice for over 30 years.His past experience in Sports Administration includes President of the North Hobart Cricket Club, Clarence Football Club, Tassie Devils (VFL) and AFL Tasmania Board Director.Doug has also been a member of Cricket Tasmania for over 30 years.