Former Australian cricketer Ian Healy has been approached to hitch Cricket Australia board.
“Sure, there’s been an strategy to me to return onto the Cricket Australia Board,” Healy mentioned on his Brisbane breakfast program on SEN Observe radio.
In accordance with a report in ‘The Australian’, the previous wicket-keeper batsman will substitute Michael Kasprowicz who walked away from the board earlier this 12 months after 11 years within the function. Kasprowicz nonetheless had 12 months to serve earlier than dealing with re-election.
“It is nominated by Queensland, there’s six states that may nominate a director,” Healy, who performed 119 Checks and 168 ODIs, mentioned.
“The one who’s lacking is (Queensland’s) Michael Kasprowicz, who stood down after 11 years. Queensland has determined to appoint me if I need to do it, I’ve simply obtained to search out out if I’ve obtained time,” he added.
The 56-year-old additional mentioned he’s contemplating the provide.
“Sure, I’m severely contemplating it, I really feel like I am probably the most dispensable of three choices on our Queensland Cricket Board, and that might imply I might have to get off the Queensland Cricket Board,” mentioned Healy.
“We have got one other two choices in Chris Simpson and Jon Dooley, however they’re fairly busy in the intervening time. I am in all probability greatest positioned out of us three in the intervening time, however we’ll see the way it goes,” he added.
His appointment is more likely to be ratified on the Annual Normal Assembly of Cricket Australia scheduled to be held in the direction of the tip of this month.