Rod Marsh - Chairman
Rod Marsh was appointed to a part-time position on the National Selection Panel (NSP) in November 2011, following the Australian Team Performance Review, and became full-time Chairman of the NSP as of July 1, 2014 replacing John Inverarity.
Rod Marsh remains one fo the most respected wicketkeepers to have ever played international cricket.
His Test career spanned 14 years from 1970-1984. During this time he made 355 dismissals. He was also an excellent batsmen scoring three Test centruries and stabilising the Australian lower order for years.
Rod was the head of the Australian Cricket Academy in Adelaide where he helped develop talented players including Ricky Ponting, Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee into world class cricketers.
He has also worked in the UK as the National Academy and was a selector for England until 2005.