Friday, December 9, 2022

Who’s Who in Cricket: Richard Done

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Career Highlights

Current Role
Cricket Operations Director, USA Cricket (2020 – Present)

Previous Roles
High Performance Manager, International Cricket Council (Jan 2005 – 2020)
Head Coach – Cricket, Queensland Academy of Sport (Jan 2000 – Dec 2004)
Senior Coach – Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy, Australian Sports Commission – AIS (Apr 1991 – Dec 1999)

Bio

Richard Done is an Australian cricket administrator, coach and a former player, who played first class cricket for New South Wales (NSW).

Done is currently serving as the Cricket Operations Director with USA Cricket, a role he has held since the start of 2020.

Done spent 9 years as a senior coach at the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy in Australian Sports Commission – AIS, where he worked with Glenn McGrath, Brett Lee, Jason Gillespie, Michael Kasprowicz as a fast bowling coach.

Done also worked as Head Cricket Coach at Queensland Academy of Sport for 5 years before taking up the position of High Performance Manager for the Global Development of the Sport with the International Cricket Council. His role at the ICC was to bridge the gap between the top Associate Nations and the Full members of the ICC through various tournaments.

Done received a Bachelor of Applied Science in Sports Coaching and Sports Administration from University of Canberra in 1985.

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