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The Professional Cricketers’ Association announced today that Julian Metherell has been appointed as an independent Non-Executive Director on the PCA Board.

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The Professional Cricketers’ Association announced today that Julian Metherell has been appointed as an independent Non-Executive Director on the PCA Board.

The player representatives who form the PCA Committee have approved the appointment.

Metherell is currently a Partner of MW & L Capital Limited. Their principal activities are in shipping, energy and financial services.

He sits on the Board of Gaslog, a New York listed shipping business where he chairs the Remuneration Committee.  In addition, he is a Trustee of the Royal Opera House, where he chairs the Audit and Risk Committee and sits on a number of sub-committees.

Metherell also chairs the Benenden School Trust whose primary objective is to raise funds for new capital projects and bursaries and is a member of the Advisory Board of the Cambridge University Business School.

A passionate cricket follower, Metherell played cricket at school, university, in the army and club level and has been involved in youth cricket.

PCA Chief Executive David Leatherdale said:

“Julian comes with a wealth of board experience and business knowledge which I am sure will prove to be a huge asset to the PCA as we continue to develop our support and benefits to champion the ongoing interests of our members in the long term.”

Julian Metherell said:

“I am honoured to have been invited to join the Board and very much look forward to working with Mathew Wheeler, David Leatherdale, Daryl Mitchell and the team and contributing to the ongoing success of the PCA.”