Former National Rugby League chief executive Todd Greenberg will be the new chief executive of the Australian Cricketers Association.
Greenberg, 50, had long been mooted either as a potential successor for Cricket Australia chief executive Kevin Roberts, with Nick Hockley given the interim role, or with the ACA after Alistair Nicholson announced in October he was leaving.
Todd Greenberg.Credit:Janie Barrett
The ACA held a board meeting on Monday morning, where Greenberg’s appointment was ratified.
A former first-grade cricketer in Sydney, Greenberg has existing relationships with people in the game including players and administrators.
Greenberg resigned in April last year after four years at the helm of the NRL. As the fallout of COVID-19 began to be felt financially on professional sports, Greenberg came under immense pressure, losing the support of NRL clubs, while he was also removed from discussions with the game’s broadcasters.
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