Cricket Australia

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National Selection Panel

John Inverarity

John Inverarity — National Selector

John Inverarity was appointed to head up the new National Selection Panel in October 2011, following the Australian Team Performance Review.

John represented Australia in six Test matches, the first in 1968 as an opening batsman, and the last in 1972, by which time his slow left-arm bowling was being increasingly used.

After his international career came to aclose John represented Western Australia in domestic cricket. In five years as captain he won the Sheffield Shield four times.

After relocating to Adelaide for a school teaching position, he continued playing first class cricket for South Australia well into his forties.

 Rod Marsh

Rod Marsh - National Selector

Rod Marsh was appointed to a part-time position on the National Selection Panel in November 2011, following the Australian Team Performance Review.

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.

 

 Andy Bichel

Andy Bichel - National Selector

Andy Bichel was appointed to a part-time position on the National Selection Panel in November 2011, following the Australian Team Performance Review.

Andy had a phenomenal career in domestic cricket for Queensland, played 19 Tests for Australian and was a valued member of the ODI squad from 2002-2004.

In 2005-06, at 35 years of age, Bichel was named State Player of the Year for his 452 runs at 34.76 and 50 wickets at 26.69.

He retired the following season with a total of 430 wickets for Queensland in Sheffield Shield.

 Darren Lehmann

Darren Lehmann - Head coach

Darren Lehmann took over the role as Australian men’s coach just 16 days out from the First Test of The Ashes in the UK on June 24, 2013.

Lehmann has had an exceptional record as head coach of the XXXX Queensland Bulls, winning the Bupa Sheffield Shield and Ryobi One-Day Cup and the KFC T20 Big Bash League title with the Brisbane Heat all within the last two years.

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