Paul Marsh, the son of Rod Marsh and the brother of Tasmania's Dan Marsh, replaced Tim May as the chief executive of the Australian Cricketers' Association in July 2005. After working as the Port Adelaide Football Club's sales and marketing manager, Marsh moved to the ACA in 2001 as the manager of member services and operations. Marsh, who played club cricket for Claremont-Nedlands in Perth, holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and is also studying for a Masters of Business Administration.
Cricinfo staff May 2006
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