NZ Cricket appoints David White as chief executive

Wellington: Former Test opening batsman David White has been appointed chief executive of New Zealand Cricket, replacing another Test opener, Justin Vaughan, who is stepping down after four years.

White played two Tests and three one-day internationals for New Zealand in 1990 and made 106 first class appearances for Northern Districts province. He is a former chief executive of the Auckland Blues and Wellington Hurricanes super rugby franchises.

White recently returned to New Zealand after spending three years in England as chief executive of Bristol Rugby.

Bureau Report

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