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October 21, 2010
Robbie Hart, the former Test wicketkeeper, has been appointed to the board of New Zealand Cricket (NZC) to replace the former chairman Alan Isaac, who is now the vice-president of the ICC.
Hart, 35, was elected at NZC's annual general meeting in Wellington, where he joined the former spin bowler Stephen Boock as the only ex-Test cricketers on the eight-member board.
A gloveman who represented New Zealand in 11 Tests and two one-day internationals, Hart also spent 12 years playing for Northern Districts before his retirement in August 2004.
Hart also has a background in law and corporate affairs, and until recently served on the board of the New Zealand Cricket Players Association.
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