Cricket

Elworthy gets top ECB job

2013-04-04 11:17
Steve Elworthy (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has promoted Steve Elworthy to the position of managing director of global events and marketing.

According to the SportsPro website, Elworthy has been the ECB director of marketing and communications since 2010.

His new title will reflect his responsibility for major events as he prepares to serve as tournament director for the ICC Champions Trophy in England, starting on June 6.

Elworthy, 48, joined the organisation as the tournament director for the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 in England, having performed the same role for the inaugural edition of the tournament in South Africa in 2007.

Elworthy played four Tests and 39 ODIs for the Proteas, taking 13 and 44 wickets respectively.

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