Cricket Australia is made up of six member associations:
Cricket New South Wales
South Australian Cricket Association
Western Australian Cricket Association
Cricket ACT and NT Cricket are non-member associations.
New Governance for Australian Cricket
In August 2012, State Associations voted to replace CA’s state-based Board of 14 Directors with a new, nine-person Board with three independent Directors and one each appointed by the six State Associations.
The resolution was a continuation of the process that started in early 2012 after the review tabled by governance specialists Crawford and Carter recommended Cricket Australia consider a range of changes including moving to a smaller, independent Board.
The Cricket Australia Board of nine independent Directors (currently seven) work collectively in the national interest of Australian cricket: Earl Eddings (Chairman), John Harnden AM, Jacquie Hey, Michael Kasprowicz, Michelle Tredenick, Lachlan Henderson and Paul Green.
Each Director will have one vote except in the case of a deadlock in which case the CA Chairman will have a casting vote.
The State Association Members will each have three votes on constitutional issues.