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“One big, complicated event” | Cricket Australia’s CEO on its toughest season

Nick Hockley speaks to the media in front of an ICC T20 World Cup mural painted by Tayla Broekman during an Australian Women's T20 media opportunity at Junction Oval on February 06, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Cricket Australia's interim CEO Nick Hockley explains how his organisation had to adapt in order to deliver a full season of cricket in 2020-21. Kevin McCullagh reports.

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