Organisational Restructure at Middlesex CCC
Middlesex Cricket can today announce that Chief Operating Officer Rob Lynch will leave the club in mid-February, having accepted the role of Commercial Director at the Professional Cricketers Association.
Lynch leaves Middlesex after four years with the club, having joined in April 2016.
He has overseen a transformation of the Commercial operation, introducing a new sponsorship structure as well as playing a key role in building the strong partnership the club enjoys with the MCC.
His departure has led to an organisational restructure at Middlesex, which sees Laura Angus, Commercial Manager, Steven Fletcher, PR, Media and Marketing Manager and Lorraine Poole, Events and Operations Manager, each stepping into new roles, reporting directly to the club’s Chief Executive, Richard Goatley.
Laura will now lead Middlesex’s Commercial operations as the club’s new Head of Commercial, Steven becomes Head of Marketing and Communications and Lorraine will step up to the role of Head of Events and Operations.
Speaking of Lynch’s departure and the restructuring of the Middlesex Senior Management team, Goatley, commented:
“Rob Lynch has been brilliant at Middlesex over the past four years and we are very sad to see him leaving– he will be greatly missed by us all for his outstanding abilities and enthusiasm – he leaves the Club as a great friend.
"This does however give us the chance to give new opportunities to some outstanding members of staff. I am a huge fan of what has already been achieved by Steven, Lorraine and Laura they are very much ready to take on these new roles; I am delighted that they have accepted this challenge. The Club is in very good hands going forward."