Mike Hesson joins the ICC Cricket Committee instead of Darren Lehmann
Mike Hesson replaced Australian Darren Lehmann as the representative of coaches in the ICC Cricket Committee headed by former India captain Anil Kumble.
Mike Hesson of New Zealand replaced Australian Darren Lehmann as representative of coaches in the ICC Cricket Committee headed by former India captain Anil Kumble.
Darren Lehmann had resigned from the post of coach after a dispute with the ball in March in South Africa. On behalf of the ICC it was said that Belinda Clarke and Scotland captain Kyle Kochhar, who were included in the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame, former Australian captain and Australian cricket captain, were also kept in the committee. Andrew Strauss and Mahela Jayawardene are former players. Clarke has been named as the women’s cricket representative who replaces Claire Connor.
At the same time, Cochrath replaces Kevin O’Brien of Ireland as a representative of Associate members. These three were given place in the committee for three-three years. The annual meeting next week will be his first meeting. It will be talked about issues like cricket spirit and the behavior of the players, the world test championship, the position of play.