Shahzada TV | Sports Desk | Mel Jones is a former Australian female cricketer who played a good number of matches for Australia. She has been the director of the Board for the last 3 years. However, due to certain engagements, she is no more available for the team.
Mel Jones, Australian cricket director has decided to resign from his designation. He was director of Australian cricket board from December 2019 and going to leave the position in the coming October on the eve of the Annual General Meeting of the board. Her working with the board for 3 years proved instrumental for the board.
Her decision was due to some serious commitments to journalism and media. She has a number of projects to be done. Australia and other countries.
During her work, she will have to stay abroad for many months which will make it impossible for her to deal with things smoothly. Hence, she regarded resignation as the best solution.
She also expressed gratitude for having spent an awesome time with players, Board management, and other staff. She envisioned a bright future for Australian cricket and wished them to further consolidate their grip over the game so that they may also be able to win 5 times ODI WC winners like the team of make
Mel as a player
Mel served as one of the most iconic players in the team which sharpened her vision and plan-making strength to a large extent. As a result, she helped the team with enormously productive plans. Later on, she became the coach of the team where she performed immensely adorable tasks.
A look at the career of Mel Jones
Mel started playing cricket in 1997. He played 61 ODIs and scored 1028 runs. She was also playing in the team when Australia held two World Cup trophies in 1997 and 2005. Along with ODI’s, She also played 5 tests where she made 251 runs with an average of 35.85.
Mel proved to be a fantastic player and director for the Australian team. Her contributions led the team to the glory that everyone wishes her team to be.
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