Cricket Australia announces 40 job losses in restructuring to save millions

Cricket Australia has announced 40 redundancies as part of a A$40 million package of savings to deal with the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Among a raft of announcements, the day after Kevin Roberts was removed as CEO to be replaced by interim Nick Hockley, it was confirmed that the major domestic competitions – Sheffield Shield, Marsh Cup, Women’s National Cricket League, BBL and WBBL – will retain their current formats after they had been threatened by cuts.

However, the 2nd XI competition and pathway programmes at U-15 and U-17 level have been paused for the next financial year while there will be no Australia A tours or Cricket Australia XI fixtures.

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In a nod to how the game will be restructured, states and territories will be given “greater autonomy to develop players” in a sign that cuts can be…

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