Cricket Australia have appointed former Hyundai executive Scott Grant as their new chief operating officer.
Grant, who has 25 years of senior executive experience will replace Kevin Roberts, who was elevated into the chief executive role when James Sutherland stepped down.
‘I’m excited to be joining Cricket Australia at such an important time in its development as an organisation,’’ Grant said in a Cricket Australia statement.
‘‘I believe my career experience and my involvement as a volunteer in the cricket community will help me add value to the team.’’
Grant becomes Cricket Australia’s latest replacement following the exodus of staff after the ball-tampering saga and will join Earl Eddings, who replaced David Peever as chairman and Stephanie Beltrame, who became the new head of broadcast and commercial in December after Ben Amarfio’s exit.