Sir Andrew Strauss returns to ECB as cricket committee chair

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Former England captain Sir Andrew Strauss has been appointed chair of the England and Wales Cricket Board’s cricket .
The 42-year-old, who had been knighted on Tuesday, was formerly director of England championships from 2015 to 2018.
Strauss stepped down from the role to take care of his wife, Ruth, who died in December of a rare type of lung cancer.
“The ECB are a very important source of support within a very tough season,” Strauss said.
“This is a true joy to return in this new capability.”
As part of his role, Strauss will monitor all levels of cricket in England and Wales to ensure a”flourishing expert match in the core of the sport”.
As director of cricket,” Strauss called Trevor Bayliss as head coach and assisted overhaul England strategy, which saw them win their first men’s World Cup in July.
He established the Ruth Strauss Foundation to raise awareness and money about cancer following the death of his wife.
“I’m extremely passionate about creating and growing cricket in England and Wales,” Strauss added.
“I have seen first-hand how this summer cricket has motivated more people to fall in love with all the game and I can not wait to help build on its success.”
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