ECB appoint acting chief

2014-07-16 17:30
ECB (File)

London - Brian Havill was appointed as the England and Wales Cricket Board's acting chief executive on Wednesday.

Havill had been working as the governing body's finance director and company secretary and he replaces David Collier, who announced last weekend that he is set to retire.

Collier, 59, was scheduled to leave at the end of the current English season after a decade in his position.

But an ECB press release said of Havill: "His appointment allows retiring CEO David Collier the time to conclude specific projects for both ECB and the International Cricket Council."

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