Commenced September 2003 / Appointed Chairman 2015
>Andrew is a Senior Litigation Partner with Murdoch Clarke – Lawyers, Barristers & Solicitors. He has practised as a litigation lawyer in Tasmania since 1990 and has extensive experience as a solicitor and counsel before the Supreme Court of Tasmania, Federal Court, Magistrates Court, Workers Rehabilitation & Compensation Tribunal, Tasmanian Industrial Commission and the Australian Industrial Relations Commission. Andrew played cricket with the South Hobart – Sandy Bay, University, Devonport and Kingston Crows Cricket Clubs and also coached the Kingston Crows.
Commenced September 2004 / Appointed Deputy Chairman 2018
Chris is a Partner at Crowe Horwath Accountants with over 30 years’ experience as a Chartered Accountant advising SMEs on business strategy, profit improvement, advanced taxation planning, business restructuring and valuations – including being a former Principal of WHK Accountants & Business Advisors in Burnie. He is a past Director, President and current Life Member of the North West Tasmania Cricket Association (2004 – 2014) holding a long tenure in sports administration and governance roles, and the previous owner of licensed nightclub premises, with a strong background in the hospitality industry. Chris played cricket with the Devonport and Burnie Yeoman Cricket Clubs
Commenced February 2015
Jo’s marketing career spans 20-plus years with senior management roles in the private and public sectors.
A creative and strategic multi-channel marketer, her expertise includes brand management, stakeholder engagement, integrated and operational business management and corporate governance. She holds a second Non-Executive Directorship with Food Bank Tasmania and is a highly proficient communicator, with extensive public speaking experience and a strong history of motivating and leading teams to achieve their organisational goals, gained from her broad business and government networks.
Jo is a member and past President of the Australian Marketing Institute and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Commenced December 2013
David remains one of Tasmania's favourite cricketing sons after a 17-year career as a damaging right-handed top order batsman, who served his State and his country with enormous distinction. David remains one of Tasmania's favourite cricketing sons after a 17-year career as a damaging right-handed top order batsman, who served his State and his country with enormous distinction.
He played 107 Tests scoring 7,422 runs (High Score 200), 181 One-Day Internationals scoring 5,964 runs (High Score 122), 350 First-Class Matches scoring 23,413 runs (High Score 227) and 313 List-A Games scoring 10,236 runs (High Score 172).
‘Boony’ played a starring role in Tasmania's history-making Gillette Cup win in 1978-79 as the State's first interstate one-day title, and never really looked back over the course of an elite cricketing career including four Ashes Series wins and his Man-of-the-Match winning efforts in the 1987 World Cup Final.
His tenacious courage was often at the core of Australian batting performances and it was common to see his determined square cutting, driving and pulling upsetting the rhythm of even the finest bowlers.
Since his playing career, David 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.
Paul is the Northern Tasmania Cricket Association President after being appointed a Cricket North Director back in 2012.
He has devoted almost 20 years as a NTCU and SA Advisor and spent over 50 years of continuous experience working in the cricket industry.
Doug joined the Board with a focus on improving member benefits, services and communications while promoting Blundstone Arena as a multi-purpose entertainment and business venue for all Tasmanians.
He is a well-known retired financial advisor having owned his own practice for over 30 years.
His lengthy experience in sports administration includes being former President of the North Hobart Cricket Club, Clarence Football Club and Tassie Devils VFL Football Club, as well as being an AFL Tasmania Board Director.
Doug has been a passionate member of Cricket Tasmania for well over 30 years.
Belinda is a Practice Director at the Back In Motion Health Group who holds 20 years’ experience in financial services, marketing and business management.
She actively participates within a broad network of business and community leaders and enjoys mentoring other young businesswomen.
She is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Belinda was the first female appointed to the Board of Cricket Tasmania in early 2009 and was a finalist in the TCCI Young Businessperson of the Year Awards in the same year.
Edward grew up in Hobart but has been based in Melbourne since 1997 as a multi-disciplinary business professional with extensive experience in investment management, manufacturing/heavy industry, marketing strategy and communications, and high-level private and public sector stakeholder management.
He is currently a Partner and Investment Adviser with Australian Investment House Evans & Partners.
Edward is an accomplished public speaker and host with an enviable track record of hosting engagements and delivering speeches throughout Australia and internationally over the past 15 years.
His passion for 'giving back' to the community includes being Non-Executive Chairman of not-for-profit organisation The Primary Club of Australia (Victoria) plus Founder/Director of ‘The End Game’ – a professional athlete transition program to assist athletes prepare for life after professional sport.
Edward played cricket with the South Hobart – Sandy Bay Cricket Club.
Ben is a former State cricket player (1997 – 2001) who played 16 First-Class Matches taking 40 wickets (BBI: 5/62) and scoring 207 runs (High Score 48*) as well as playing five List-A Games.
He is now the Managing Director at THN Hospitality here in Tasmania and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Ben was previously a member of the Cricket Tasmania Board for six years before resigning due to work commitments in May 2014.
One of the tallest cricketers in Australia at the time, Targett was a right arm fast bowler, handy lower order batsman and sound fieldsman in Tasmania’s domestic competitions.
A former cricketing captain at one of the State's best-known private schools, he was invited to join the senior State squad in 1991 aged only 18.
However, cricket took a back seat to his university studies and business marketing career, so it was not until 1997 that he received another chance to re-join the Tigers.
From there, he debuted in the third match of the 1997-98 Sheffield Shield season bowling accurate, patient spells and perfectly aimed leg cutters which saw him capture 23 wickets in nine games from his first season.
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