National Selection Panel
Rod Marsh was appointed to a part-time position on the National Selection Panel (NSP) in November 2011, following the Australian Team Performance Review, and became full-time Chairman of the NSP as of July 1, 2014 replacing John Inverarity.
Rod Marsh remains one fo the most respected wicketkeepers to have ever played international cricket.
His Test career spanned 14 years from 1970-1984. During this time he made 355 dismissals. He was also an excellent batsmen scoring three Test centruries and stabilising the Australian lower order for years.
Rod was the head of the Australian Cricket Academy in Adelaide where he helped develop talented players including Ricky Ponting, Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee into world class cricketers.
He has also worked in the UK as the National Academy and was a selector for England until 2005.
Darren Lehmann took over the role as Australian men's coach just 16 days out from the First Test of The Ashes in the UK on June 24, 2013.
Lehmann has had an exceptional record as head coach of the Queensland Bulls, winning the Bupa Sheffield Shield and Ryobi One-Day Cup and the KFC T20 Big Bash League title with the Brisbane Heat all within the last two years.
Australian Test and One-Day International great Mark Waugh joined the National Selection Panel on July 1, 2014 with Cricket Australia Chief Executive James Sutherland saying his focus would predominantly be on the limited-overs program.
Trevor Hohns was a national selector from 1993 to 2006, including 10 years as Chairman of the panel.
Since 2011, he has been a selector for Queensland Cricket and a State Talent Manager in Queensland. In rejoining the NSP on July 1, 2014, Hohns has stood down as the Queensland Selection Panel Chair.
Flegler is a former First Class Cricketer for Queensland and Victoria and joined the WNSP in 2015. Shawn is also the Female High Performance and Talent Manager.
Mott became the Head Coach of the Southern Stars in 2015, successfully claiming the Ashes trophy back after 12 years on his first overseas tour as coach. Mott played for Victoria and Queensland and coached Glamorgan before taking on his current role.
Avril Fahey played six Tests and 40 One Day Internationals for the Australia national women's cricket team. She also captained the Western Fury in 45 matches and was the first woman to play 150 matches for Western Australia. Fahey retired from cricket in 2012 and joined the WNSP the same year.
Julie Hayes is a former NSW and Australian player. Hayes played six Tests, 59 One Day Internationals and two Women's Twenty20 Internationals for the Australia national cricket team. She was the 140th woman to play Test Cricket for Australia. Julie joined the WNSP in 2010.