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April 13, 2012
David Morgan, the man recently tasked with the latest review of English domestic cricket, has been appointed Glamorgan's president for the next four years.
Morgan, a former ICC president and former chairman of the ECB as well as Glamorgan, was unanimously voted in at the county's AGM at the end of last month and will serve until the 2015 Ashes Test at Cardiff.
He said: "I'm greatly honoured to serve Glamorgan as its president and will do all I can to help the chairman and other officers of the club in their quest for future success."
Club chairman Barry O'Brien said: "I was delighted when David accepted our invitation to be our president through to the Ashes Test in 2015. David is one of the world's great cricket administrators and his continuing contribution to Glamorgan will be of enormous value".
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