The Cricket Australia (CA) announced on Wednesday that high performance chief Pat Howard will leave his role next week.
Howard, who has been in the role since 2011, becomes the latest executive to fall in the wake of the review, which the CA commissioned after the ball-tampering scandal in Cape Town in March. CA Chairman David Peever and director Mark Taylor have already announced their resignations.
“While Pat Howard has previously made clear his intentions not to renew his contract next year, it has been decided to bring forward his departure which will take effect next week after a handover. Belinda Clark ... has agreed to take on the role of Interim EGM, Team Performance until Pat’s permanent replacement is announced,” the CA said in a statement.