Paul Marsh joined AFLPA

Paul Marsh joined AFLPA

Paul Marsh had been fulfilling his duties as Australian Cricketers Association chief executive and decided its time for him to move ahead and taking role as head of AFL player association. Footy is most popular sports in Australia and cricket has lost heaps of grounds and some good Aussie administrative figures. Its a big blow to cricket and yet an other window of progress to AFL. Australian cricket team coach Darren Lehman said, "Paul has left an indelible mark on both the players and the game." He also added, "From a personal point of view Paul has provided an enormous amount of support. I've really valued his leadership, advice, integrity and mateship. There's no doubt he'll be sorely missed but he's left both domestic and Australian cricketers - as well as the game generally - in a really strong position."

Paul Marsh AFL players Association
Paul Marsh quits ACA

Chief executive of Cricket Australia, James Sutherland said, "Paul has made a significant contribution to Australian cricket for more than a decade and on behalf of Cricket Australia, we congratulate him on his appointment to lead the AFLPA. I've enjoyed a healthy relationship with Paul since he became CEO at the ACA and we've worked together in the best interests of Australian cricket."
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