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Updated: July 31, 2012 18:38 IST

Lorgat Special Advisor to SLC

R. K. Radhakrishnan
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Mr. Haroon Lorgat, who concluded his term at the ICC at the end of June 2012, has agreed to work with SLC in an advisory capacity until October 31 this year. File photo: AP
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Mr. Haroon Lorgat, who concluded his term at the ICC at the end of June 2012, has agreed to work with SLC in an advisory capacity until October 31 this year. File photo: AP

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) today announced the appointment of former ICC Chief Executive, Mr. Haroon Lorgat, as a Special Advisor to the Board.

Mr. Lorgat, who concluded his term at the ICC at the end of June 2012, has agreed to work with SLC in an advisory capacity until October 31 this year.

In confirming the appointment, the SLC President, Mr. Upali Dharmadasa, said “Mr. Lorgat has a wealth of knowledge and experience and we are delighted that he has agreed to work with us to improve the governance and administration of our Cricket.

“As a Board we are determined to tackle the challenges we face and to exploit the opportunities for the betterment of SLC. Mr. Lorgat is a seasoned administrator and I am excited that with his expertise we can work towards building a strong and sustainable future for SLC.”

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