Belinda Clark was appointed Manager of the National Cricket Centre in September 2005.
The appointment came following five years working at the national level commencing with Women’s Cricket Australia (WCA) as Executive Officer and then with CA as Women’s Cricket Operations Manager after overseeing the integration of WCA and CA in 2001.
She has worked in Game Development (CNSW), Operations and High Performance (CA) and currently sits on the ICC Women’s Committee that aims to broaden the games global reach.
Following work as a Physiotherapist, Belinda came to sports administration during a playing career that spanned 14 years.
She played for NSW, Victoria and Australia and Captained Australia from 1994 to her retirement in 2005 and during this time was a part of a dominant Australian Team who won 2 World Cups in 1997 and 2005.
In 2011 Belinda was inducted into the Sport Australia and ICC Halls of Fame.