Sal was elected to the Board at an ordinary meeting on 22 February 2011, filling the position left vacant by Jim Holding following his elevation to the chairmanship. Sal was elected deputy chairman when Bryan Phelan opted to remain a CA Director at the August 2011 AGM.
Ian is a passionate cricket fan, with an extensive background as a Non-Executive Director, serving on both Private and Public sectors Boards including; Brisbane Marketing, Western Australia Tourism Commission and Skills Queensland and currently serving as a Director of Tjapukai Pty Ltd a Cairns based Indigenous Tourism Experience.
Tom Frankling was appointed to the Board in November 2011, contributing great energy, enthusiasm and intellect. The Head of Middle School at William Ross State High School in Townsville, Tom has completed his Masters of Education in Leadership in Management.
Barry has been the driving force behind cricket in Mackay for more than three decades. He is a foundation member of the Northern Suburbs CC in Mackay, where he spent 1976 to 1995 as either president or vice-president.
Kerren initially spent five years on the Board after first being elected in 2002-03. He stepped aside for 12 months but was re-elected as soon as he put his name forward again in August 2010. Kerren enjoyed a lengthy involvement with junior cricket at the grass roots level.
Mark is a company director with over 40 years’ experience in leadership roles in both the private and public sectors. He is a former Chief Executive Officer of Queensland Treasury, the Queensland Competition Authority and the Queensland Independent Commission of Audit, and he has also held senior executive roles with Macquarie Group and BDO.
Fiona is a dual Olympian, representing Australia in basketball (1996) and team handball (2000). She has a background as a senior executive in the not-for-profit sector. Her expertise is focused on marketing and corporate relations, as well as education, mentoring and business leadership.
Brisbane-based consultant John Salter joined as a Director in March 2017, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of former Chairman Jim Holding in February 2017. Mr Salter, who is a director of BT Accord specialising in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, has a long-standing involvement in sport in Brisbane.