The National Counties Cricket Association represents the pinnacle of recreational cricket in England and Wales. The NCCA oversee 20 National Counties across the UK, supporting each county in a variety of ways and ensuring they meet the governance put in place by our governing body the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Please contact Richard Logan for any questions or queries – Richard@nationalcountiesca.co.uk
Chair MCCA 2016 to 2019 and Chair NCCA Ltd. since the formation of the Company in August 2019. Current President of Staffordshire CCC. Represented England Schools Under 15 and Under 19 sides, England Amateur XI, MCC, MCCA and UAU. Captain of Staffordshire CCC 1985 to 1995 and, subsequently, Secretary and Chair of the Club. General Manager of the Birmingham & District Premier Cricket League since 2001 and a member of the ECB Development Pathway sub-group.
Chris took responsibility for managing the Association’s finances in 2013, aiming to modernise practices and systems and to achieve improved value for money. He contributed the financial input to the major ECB review that now provides the solid base for the current funding contracts.
He organised the formation of the NCCA limited company and was a founding director with Nick Archer. He considers that his work is now done!
Richard joined the NCCA in November 2019 as Operations Manager. He played professional cricket for 12 years and followed that with 4 years in Minor County Cricket with Berkshire and Cheshire. Aside from cricket, Richard has strong business acumen with a background in business development, sponsorship and event management. Those experiences have equipped him well to support the NCCA on their exciting journey, with an emphasis on creating a clear pathway between the National County system and the First Class game.
Non Executive Director
Charlotte "Lottie" Edwards CBE is a former professional cricketer for the England Women’s cricket team. The youngest women to represent her country (in 1996 aged 16) she scored a then-record of 173no before her 18th birthday, one of many firsts in an international career of 20 years. Charlotte became Captain of the England women’s game in 2005 and lead the team through a successful Ashes series, and world titles in one-day and Twenty/20 formats of the game.
Non Executive Director
Toby Pound has combined a career as a commercial property lawyer with an active role in Suffolk cricket. He has been Secretary of Suffolk CCC since 1991, a director of Suffolk Cricket Board since its formation in 1997 and more recently a member of the ECB Working Group on the County Governance Framework.