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New cricket club CEO

03 Jul 2012

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Docklands’ Big Bash League cricket team The Renegades has a new CEO with the announcement last month that the top job had gone to Stuart Coventry.

Mr Coventry (pictured above) comes to the post with a rich background in licensed entertainment, most recently with extreme motorcycle stunt team the Crusty Demons.

He is a former marketing and communications manager of Harness Racing Victoria and a former general manager of Gaffney International Licensing which has, among other brands, looked after Thomas the Tank Engine, the Wiggles and Bob the Builder.

Mr Coventry’s grandfather Syd won a Brownlow Medal for Collingwood and his goal-kicking-machine great-uncle Gordon Coventry has his name behind the goals at one end of Etihad Stadium.

“I am delighted to take on such an opportunity and I am looking forward to the second instalment of the T20 Big Bash League,” Mr Coventry said.

“We will be aiming high to offer our fans and members the best and most innovative live cricket entertainment and to be super competitive on the field.”

“My primary focus will be to build the Melbourne Renegades brand and engage with our fans to ensure a successful and exciting sporting team.”

The club’s inaugural CEO Geoff Miles resigned in April.

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