Lisa Sthalekar, Former Australia Cricketer, Becomes First Woman President Of FICA

Lisa Sthalekar, Former Australia Cricketer, Becomes First Woman President Of FICA

Former Australian cricketer Lisa Stalker became FICA's first female president.

Lisa Stalker was named Australia’s best female international cricketer in both 2007 and 2008.Twitter

Former Australian cricketer Lisa Stalker President of the Federation of International Cricketers Association has been nominated. The appointment was made at a meeting of the FICA executive committee in Switzerland this week, the cricket body said on Monday. This makes Lisa Stalker the first woman to hold the post, a position previously held by a former England batsman. Vikram Solanki. Notably, former West Indies batsman Jimmy Adams and former South African batsman Barry Richards have also been former FICA presidents.

“After consulting with our members, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa as FICA President, our first female President. Lisa was clearly the best candidate and her credentials as both a former player and broadcaster Heath Mills, FICA’s executive chairman, is unprecedented Was cited as Through the Cricket Body official website.

Lisa, who was named Australia’s best female international cricketer in both 2007 and 2008, played 187 matches for the national team from 2001 to 2013. 60 wickets

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Speaking about her appointment, Lisa Stalker said: “I am very honored and excited to be the new President of FICA. Covers cricket. More countries are playing. A sport that shows that cricket is definitely becoming a global sport. “

“I look forward to working on behalf of our member players’ associations and players, and in particular to work with the ICC to ensure that all players have their rights protected and They can work in partnership with the organizers to make our game even better. ” Added

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