Earl Eddings' 13-year stint as Cricket Australia chairman comes to an end


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Earl Eddings, the chairman of Cricket Australia, stepped down from his position on Wednesday. Eddings served the Australian Cricket Board for 13 years. "It is my sincere hope that following my resignation the State and Territory associations can unite and work together in the best interests of cricket, allowing the focus to return to the sport ahead of the 2021-22 season," Eddings said in a statement.