Keith Bradshaw was appointed as SACA Chief Executive in 2012 after serving as the secretary for Marylebone Cricket Club in England for six years prior to returning to Australia. Mr Bradshaw played 25 first-class games for Tasmania and is a certified Chartered Accountant, working as a partner for Deloitte before moving into cricket administration.
Andrew was appointed to the SACA Board in February 2009 and was elected as President in 2013. Andrew was previously Chairman of the Adelaide Turf Cricket Association Inc.
Andrea was appointed to the SACA Board in 2010, the first female in its 139 year history. She has been involved with cricket at grass roots, district and elite levels for more than 30 years. She is a professional Non-Executive Director with expertise in Financial Services, Sport, Infrastructure and Government following a distinguished national career in Financial Services.
Andrew was appointed to the SACA Board in 2004. He served as an Australian selector for 15 years, including five as chairman of selectors.
Dean was appointed to the SACA Board of Management in 2012 and is a Chartered Accountant. He has previously been the Managing Partner at Grant Thornton Adelaide and Perth and has also fulfilled various National Leadership roles for the firm. Dean continues to be a Private Advisory Partner, is a Life Member of the Prospect District Cricket Club and has been a SACA Member since 1975.
Robert joined the SACA board in 2000. He is CEO of the Yalumba Wine company, Chair of the Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel, Nautilus Estates, New Zealand and is also on the agri-advisory board of Rabobank. As a wine industry leader, he also sits on the board of the Winemakers Federation Australia (WFA) and the Market Development Advisory Council (MDAC).
Nathan Adcock was appointed to the SACA Board in May 2014. Mr Adcock represented South Australia at all junior levels and in first-class matches between 1997 and 2008, playing for the West End Redbacks in all forms including 29 first-class matches, 45 one-day domestic and eight T20 matches. With a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws, Nathan is currently a Partner with Lynch Meyer Lawyers.
Elected to the Board in 2014, Robert is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Craniofacial Foundation; a position he has held for nine years. Robert has a Diploma of Marketing and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is also currently the President of Glenelg District Cricket Club, a position he has held for 25 years.
Rod has been a SACA Member for 28 years and has had a long involvement in cricket. He began playing district cricket at 15, and is a life member of the Sturt Grade Cricket Club.
Sally was the first female Board Director elected by SACA Members in the Association's history. Continuing her families’ passion for cricket, Sally has been the secretary at Glenelg Cricket Club where her grandfather Dick Niehuus played for the state and served cricket for 50 years including on the SACA Board.
Adrian was appointed to the SACA Board in 2016. A Chartered Accountant, Adrian is currently Partner and Chief Operating Officer of Deloitte Australia’s Financial Advisory business. He played in the ATCA competition for 22 years.
Caroline Rhodes is a former Managing Director of Bespoke Approach and brings experience in government relations, communications and membership organisations to SACA. Her current Board appointments include Rural Business Support Inc. and Foodbank SA and she serves as a Trustee of the South Australian Grains Industry Trust Fund.
Elected to the Board in 2018, Rebecca is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (SA Division); a position she has held for over 3 years. Rebecca has a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In 2016 she was appointed by the Minister for Planning to the Development Industry Consultative Committee.
Rod was appointed to the SACA Board in 2018. Rod played 96 Tests and 92 ODI's for Australia. He captained and played for WA from 1968 until his retirement in 1984. He played World Series Cricket for 2 seasons and was a Western Australian selector for 3 years. Rod moved to Adelaide with his family in 1991 to become the Head Coach of the Australian Cricket Academy. He spent 11 years in this position and then moved to England for 4 years to take up the position of Director of the ECB Cricket Academy. From there Rod became Director of the ICC World Cricket Academy in Dubai. Rod has been a selector for both England and Australia and his last position was as Chairman of Selectors for Australia. He spent 6 years on the MCC World Cricket Committee finishing in July 2018.