Vikram Solanki Is Named As New PCA Chairman
Worcestershire captain Vikram Solanki has been named as the new Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) chairman, replacing outgoing chariman Dougie Brown.
Solanki, who sits on the ECB Cricket Committee and the PCA Advisory Committe, was elected ahead of Shaun Udal, Dominic Cork, Mal Loye, Michael Brown, and Stephen Peters.
Sean Morris, PCA Group Chief Executive, said: “The office of chairman is a crucial role in the PCA and I’m looking forward to welcoming Vikram into our senior management team. With nearly two decades experience of both domestic and international cricket, Vikram is well equipped to assist the PCA in its central role of working with the key stakeholders, to ensure improvement both on and off the field.”
Vikram Solanki said: “I am honored that the players have chosen me to represent them as their chairman. I intend to build on the superb work already being undertaken by the PCA, in acting in the best interests of our members and driving the game forward.”
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