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Full name Francis Creagh O'Connor
Born February 24, 1937, Adelaide, South Australia
Current age 77 years 154 days
An Adelaide businessman who has spent nearly four decades on numerous company boards, Creagh O'Connor's most public role was as the chairman of Cricket Australia from 2005 to 2008. A quietly spoken but highly respected administrator, O'Connor served on the Cricket Australia board for 11 years and has also been a director of the South Australian Cricket Association since 1991.
Cricinfo staff October 2008
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