The Cricket ACT Board work collectively in the national interest of cricket in the Australian Capital.
John Miller was elected Chairman of Cricket ACT in September 2016 having been on the Board for six years. John’s playing career in Canberra included playing for Northern Suburbs, a member of Ginninderra’s inaugural first grade team in 1979 and a stint with the former South Woden club. John was Captain-Coach of Ginninderra between 1985 and 1987.
With extensive experience as a senior Training and Human Resources practitioner, and now co-owner of an Electrical Appliance retail franchise, Liz Barrington-Smith was elected to the CACT Board in October 2014. Liz has been involved in community cricket for almost 20 years.
Narelle is a member of the Senior Executive Service of the Australian Government and has over ten years experience as a lawyer. As head of the Office for Sport (Australian Government) she was involved in the successful delivery of the 2015 Asian Football Cup, 2015 Cricket World Cup and the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Narelle is passionate about increasing junior cricket participation. Her weekends are spent on the side of the cricket field as she has a son and daughter who are both involved in junior and Premier cricket competitions in Canberra as well as the ACT Cricket High Performance Pathways.
Geospatial consultant and Chair of Standards Australia Geographic Information committee. Chris was awarded Life Membership of ACT Cricket Association in 2006, elected to the Board in 2009 and awarded the Australian Sports Medal in 2000.
Fiona Jolly is an experienced Non-Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Australia’s advertising self-regulation body, Ad Standards. She is a qualified legal practitioner with a commitment to ethical governance. Fiona has been an active member of the ACT cricket community for more than 13 years - with four sons playing cricket at various times for Junior teams, Men’s Premier Cricket and in the boys high performance programme.
Greg has nearly 40 years’ experience as a cricket player and administrator, and has been a member of the ANU Cricket Club and its committee for the last 10 of those. Prior to his election to the board, Greg had sat on the Premier Cricket Committee for over 5 years. Greg is also a lawyer working in private practice in Canberra, for a range of Commonwealth and corporate clients.
Mark has been on the board of Cricket ACT since 2016, and has held a number of executive roles in the technology and corporate finance industries over the past 20 years. Mark serves on the boards of several charities and is currently launching an Agricultural Funds management business.
A partner of Bellchambers Barrett Chartered Accountants, Sean has been a member of the board since 2012. He is the former Deputy Chair of Radford College and played cricket locally with Western District Cricket Club.