NSW Cricket Board
The NSW Cricket Board of nine Directors works collectively in the best interests of cricket in NSW – growing our fan base, developing our players and people, and increasing participation and investment in the game.
John Warn was first elected as Chairman of the NSW Cricket Board on 5 February 2013, having been appointed initially to the Board in September 2012. John is a senior executive at the Scentre Group and played at the Manly-Warringah District Cricket Club in a career spanning 14 years.
Elected as Board Director in September 2009, David Dilley is a Director of the NSW Cricket Umpires' and Scorers' Association and an eminent Sydney hand surgeon.
Current Executive Director of the Sydney Business Chamber and formerly a long serving MP, Patricia Forsythe was appointed to the board of Cricket NSW in September 2010.
Current CEO of the Cronulla Sharks Group and former Executive Chairman of the Western Sydney Wanderers, Lyall Gorman was appointed to the NSW Cricket Board in September 2013.
A Board Member of Racing NSW and the Combat Sports Authority, and a former NSW Minister for Sport, Kevin Greene and was elected to the Board of Cricket NSW in September 2012.
Current Chairman of the NSW Country Cricket Association and a practising pharmacist, Ian Hogg was re-elected to the Board of Cricket NSW in September 2014.
The CEO and Head of Investment Banking at Credit Suisse Australia, John Knox joined the Cricket NSW Board in December 2012.
Hawkesbury president Richard Timbs is an experienced senior business and finance professional who has a long history in cricket as a Sydney Premier Grade player for Fairfield and Hawkesbury before becoming a Hawkesbury administrator.
Managing Director of his own construction business and a former NSW player, Marshall Rosen was awarded Life Membership of the NSW Cricket Association in September 2014.
Former UNSW Cricket Club President Danny Bhandari is a successful businessman specialising in finance and technology. He spent 18 years as a player and administrator with the UNSW Cricket Club and is a current director of Venues NSW.