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Tagg stands down at Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire have announced that their chief executive, Mark Tagg, will leave the club at the end of October after eight years in the role

ESPNcricinfo staff
07-Oct-2011
Northamptonshire have announced that their chief executive, Mark Tagg, will leave the club at the end of October after eight years in the role.
Tagg has been involved during a tough period for the domestic game where money has been tight and Northamptonshire are one of the smaller counties on the circuit. However, they were on the verge of promotion to Division One in the County Championship in the recent season but slipped up in the closing weeks and missed out by a point to Surrey.
''I feel I have achieved what I came here to do and after eight years the time has come for me to move on, to explore new opportunities, and allow a new chief executive to continue to drive the club forward," Tagg said.
Martin Lawrence, the club's cricket chairman, added: "In the rapidly changing world of professional sport it is vital for the club to continue to move forward and develop. Thanks to the good work over the last eight years we have many opportunities both on and off the field and the new chief executive will be appointed in the next few months to develop these."