Cricket NSW (officially known as the New South Wales Cricket Association) is an Australian sporting association that administers cricket in New South Wales. It is based at the Sydney Olympic Park. The New South Wales Blues, the New South Wales Breakers, the Sydney Thunder and the Sydney Sixers are a part of the association.[1]

Cricket NSW
Jurisdiction New South Wales
Founded1859; 165 years ago (1859)
AffiliationCricket Australia
HeadquartersCricket Central
ChairmanJohn Knox
CEOLee Germon
Official website
New South Wales



Cricket NSW was established in 1859.[2] William Tunks and Richard Driver were the inaugural joint secretaries of the association.[2] The current CEO is Lee Germon.[3] The organisation was based next to the Sydney Cricket Ground for decades. However, in 2019 the organisation moved to temporary offices in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct, and in 2022 they moved to a new $50 million state of the art administration, high performance and community facility is built on the north side of the Olympic Park precinct along the Parramatta River.[4]

Board of directors


Cricket NSW is governed by nine directors. The current members of the board are:

Name Role(s)
John Knox Chairman since June 2018
Karen Robbins Director
Ed Cowan Director
Paul Marjoribanks Director
Neil Maxwell Director
Richard Timbs Director
David Gallop Director
The Hon. Kevin Greene Director
Courtenay Smith Director

See also



  1. ^ Cricket NSW (n.d), Cricket NSW, Cricket New South Wales Australia, accessed 4 November 2013, <>
  2. ^ a b Cricket NSW (n.d), History, Cricket New South Wales Australia, accessed 4 November 2013,<>
  3. ^ Lee Germon appointed Chief Executive of Cricket NSW
  4. ^ "Cricket NSW moves to Sydney Olympic Park". Cricket NSW. 3 June 2019.