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Cornwall Cricket Board Ltd Expands
They join the five exisiting Directors to strengthen the Board Executive
Independent Chairperson - Mrs Anita George MBE
A former County Club Representative on the Cornwall Cricket Board. Anita has been the Hon Secretary of Cornwall County Cricket Club since 2000 - the first lady to hold such a post in the country. She also currently serves on the ECB Discipline Commission and is a member of the Minor Counties Management Committee (since 2005). Beyond cricket she has extensive experience as a Magistrate and Chair of the local Primary Care Trust. As a businesswoman her family runs three pubs and a haulage business.
Non Executive Director - Andrew Kent
Andrew returned to Cornwall in 1985 to the family farming business with a BSc in Agricultural Technology. Joined St. Neot Taverners CC, a Sunday team. Become Captain and main driver in the move to join the CCL in 1997. The pitch and facilities were relocated to the farm’s flattest and most accessible field to meet the playing criteria. "With the struggles at village club level currently, I have found it necessary to put more back into my village side to ensure we run a vibrant club with two teams. I am therefore Club Captain and Groundsman currently".
He Joined the CCL management committee in 2002 because he felt that his club's development had not been helped by the LMC attitude to small clubs and therefore the committee needed a small club representative.
During his 13 years on the LMC, he developed the complex fixture matrix that interlinks all league sizes from 6 to 12 teams that allowed the 10 team Premier to be adopted without the need to reduce all leagues to 10 team divisions and was a key member of the development sub-committee that "managed" the removal of Sunday rearranged games that had caused the withdraw of many clubs.He was Vice Chair for several years and Chairman of Discipline in 2011 and 2012, dealing with many difficult events on and off the field of play.
He served 7 years on the CCB as a League Rep from 2007.
Trevor Lee - Non Executive Director
Trevor moved to Cornwall in 1993 to take on the role of sales director with the West Briton. Over the next 19 years his responsibility within the Cornwall and Devon Media company grew significantly andhe spent four years as Managing Director leading a team of over 200 people and a multi-million pound turnover.
Cornwall & Devon Media, along with the entire Northcliffe regional media group, was sold by its parent company - The Daily Mail General Trust - at the end of 2012 and after 29 years with the group he took the opportunity to leave in the run up to the sale and set up my own business - Trevor Lee Media.
He now works with numerous companies helping them enhance their sales and marketing activities. He also works with business owners and managers helping them achieve their leadership potential.
He lives on the Lizard and is a governor at Mullion School, playing an active role on the finance and personal committees.
In cricket he will this year be skippering the county Over 50’s ECB championship team as we seek to build on last year’s success. He plays for Mullion and has been a level 2 coach since 1993.
He will bring business and commercial experience and expertise to the board along with innovative thinking when it comes to cricket.
He thinks local cricket has to continually review what it offers as it seeks to keep player participation high and stops the current trend of teams and players disappearing.