A veteran of Tasmanian cricket administration is back.
Tony Harrison has been elected for another innings on Cricket Tasmania's board, having previously served 22 years, eight of them as chairman.
He only stepped down from the board when his 16 year role as Cricket Australia Director required it.
Harrison has made no secret of his dissatisfaction with the state's barren schedule of international matches, just one men's game on March 20 which competes with the opening of the 2020 AFL season...and not one women's match for the T20 World Cup.
The first meeting of the new board will see the election of the chair.