Two board members were elected at Cricket North’s annual general meeting last week.
Paul Clark was re-elected having served as the board’s president for six years, and will wait until an August 29 meeting to find out whether he will be reinstated.
Former Launceston president Gavin Selby was elected for the first time, while Alistair Scott unsuccessfully stood for re-election.
The appointments come at the start of a busy season for Cricket North, where it will help oversee the introduction of Northern Tasmanian representitived side Greater Northern Raiders into the Cricket Tasmania Premier League.
Administrator David Fry also revealed plans were under way to upgrade the complex’s facilities, with Cricket North hoping to be successful in an application for state government funding.
Fry said while there were still plenty of boxes to tick, his organisation was hoping to reconfigure its changerooms, install new changerooms for women and install new public toilets.
A new roof spanning the indoor centre to the kiosk on the NTCA No.2 side of the complex is among the plans, as is an enclosed scorer’s shed and more seating.
Fry said any upgrades would take place after the completion of the upcoming season.
Following last season’s grand final, Fry said he would lobby for upgrades to the ground’s surface and drainage after the decider was deemed a no result.
South Launceston were deemed back-to-back first grade champions as rain ruined any chance of a grandstand finish against Westbury.