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Watson appointed President of Australian Cricketers Association
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Watson appointed President of Australian Cricketers Association

Shane Watson, the former Australian all-rounder, is one of the finest talents produced by the country’s soil. Playing 59 Tests, 190 ODIs and 58 T20Is, the explosive cricketer made his nation proud on various occasions. Even after quitting the International cricket, Watson loves to portray his tough nature in the franchise-based T20 cricket.

However, this time, the 38-year old cricketer will be up against a new challenge as Watson has been appointed as the President of the Australian Cricketers Association (ACA), which is a representative voice of all the domestic and international cricketers of the country. The decision was finalized in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Sydney.

With this, the stalwart has joined his fellow teammates Pat Cummins, Aaron Finch and Moises Henriques in an extended ten-person board. 

The Queensland born was immensely excited with the news as he decided to share his feelings on his official Twitter handle. Watson promised that he would aim to give his best shot to his latest assignment as he considers players as the key to any cricket setup.