Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Cricket NSW BBL clubs appoint new GMs

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Photo Credit: Cricket NSW

Cricket NSW’s two Big Bash League clubs, the Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunder, have revealed a pair of familiar faces as newly appointed General Managers.

An Australian and NSW great as a player, Rachael Haynes has been promoted from her previous role as Head of Club at the Sixers, while another former NSW star, Trent Copeland, has moved from his CNSW role as Strategy and Growth Manager, to become the GM of Sydney Thunder.

In the reshaped club structures, the General Managers, will now lead the way, replacing the former Head of Club roles.

Cricket NSW CEO Lee Germon said the changes had been made to strongly position Cricket NSW, and each of the BBL clubs, to meet the demands of a dynamic domestic sport and global cricket landscape.

“These changes have been made as we strive to achieve our ambitious goals and operate as effectively and efficiently as possible,” Germon said.

“Unfortunately, as part of this process, Chris Botherway and Andrew Gilchrist have left the organisation. Both Chris and Andrew are highly regarded and respected members of our family and have made significant contributions to CNSW. We wish them well in the future.

“Both Rachael and Trent have impressed greatly in their most recent roles at Cricket NSW, showing the leadership and strategic thinking that will help us deliver on our lofty goals and continue to be at the forefront of the industry.”

Haynes and Copeland will begin in their new roles immediately.



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