Board Members

Martin Bradley
Martin Bradley Martin is a partner in Hamilton based law firm Norris Ward McKinnon, as well as chairman of Grassroots Trust. Martin was a former board member of the Waikato Rugby Union and played cricket at club and representative level. ... more ... less
Mark Keaney
Mark Keaney Mark is a Rotorua based dairy farmer, married to Donna with four children. He has an active involvement in the game as chairman of the Rotorua Cricket Association and has coached and managed Bay of Plenty Lakelands primary and secondary school cricket teams. ... more ... less
Fraser Lellman
Fraser Lellman Fraser is a qualified Chartered Accountant and business advisor and is the Managing Partner of BDO Tauranga. He manages a portfolio of business services clients across many industry sectors and acts as professional Trustee to a number of Trusts. He has been in CA practice for over 20 years and is the BDO Partner responsible for strategic planning and business growth development. He is the past Trust Secretary of one of NZ's largest consumer energy Trusts and past Board member of Priority One which is Western BOP's leading economic development agency. He is a current Board member of the Bay Oval at Mount Maunganui. Fraser was born and bred in Tauranga and played cricket for Bay of Plenty, Northern Districts A and Development sides until injury meant retirement at age 22, and was an Auckland age group rep in both cricket and rugby. He is married with two children and his interests include supporting his family's endeavours, bagpiping, trout fishing and motorcycling.He is involved with a number of community, school and sporting organisations,and a Rotarian. Cricket, reading, eating and coaching kids sports are some of his passions. ... more ... less
Michelle Hollands
Michelle Hollands Michelle moved to Waikato from Christchurch in May 2013 and is currently the General Manager Regional Leadership at Sport Waikato. Prior to joining Sport Waikato Michelle was a self-employed strategy and business performance consultant whose career had seen her deliver strategic projects in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors across a variety of industries in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, United States and European markets. Michelle has international sporting experience having represented the New Zealand Women’s Hockey team at the Sydney Olympic Games and the Manchester and Melbourne Commonwealth Games. Michelle was the independent chair of Badminton New Zealand for four years and a board member of the Oceania Badminton Confederation. She has also served on the boards Midlands Hockey and the Rototuna Indoor Recreation Centre Trust. Michelle is a Chartered Member with the Institute of Directors, and is a committee member for the Waikato Branch. ... more ... less
Kylie Hawker-Green
Kylie Hawker-Green Kylie is the owner of PR Plus, a Taupo based public relations and communications agency. She works primarily in the economic development sector, as well as working with many not-for-profit groups and as an event manager for a diverse mix of large scale events. She is a Member of the Institute of Directors, NZ Association of Event Professionals and the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand; and currently sits on the Board of Bay of Plenty Community Trust (‘BayTrust’), is the Chair of the One Taupo Trust and on the Board of Trustees for Taupo Primary School. Kylie has worked in both the public and private sector in management, marketing and communications roles, and has held a number of governance positions in a variety of sectors. An avid cricket fan, Kylie lives in Taupo with her husband and children. ... more ... less
Peter McGlashan
Peter McGlashan Peter is a former Northern Districts player with 180 games for the Knights and 15 games for NZ. In the downtime between seasons in his final years playing, he worked in design, television production, marketing and research roles with a range of organisations. After the 2011/12 season, Peter took up a role with the Glenn Family Foundation, working in the community, delivering Sir Owen Glenn's vision for community development in Otara, which led to his retirement from all cricket in mid-2012, effective immediately. He currently works for AUT South at their Manukau campus as their Business Development Manager, linking local business and industry to AUT faculties and students. Other experience includes governance roles with Rape Prevention Education (RPE) and co-leading the national domestic violence awareness campaign called Blow the Whistle on Violence. ... more ... less
James Gibson
James Gibson James is Head of Sustainability at Air New Zealand, and has previously held the roles of Head of Sponsorship and Insights Manager within the airline. Prior to that he worked at Sport New Zealand as High Performance Strategy and Investment Manager. He played cricket at club and representative level, enjoys tramping and the outdoors, and is married with two children. ... more ... less
Brian King
Brian King Brian King is a Director of Harcourts Hamilton which have 8 offices covering all parts of the real estate industry. Brian King has been in real estate for 30 years and is well known as a Licensed Auctioneer. A passionate supporter of local charities Brian is often seen at fundraising auctions raising money for various causes. As well as sitting on the Board for Northern Districts Cricket, Brian is a Trustee of Waikato Community Hospice Foundation, a Board Member of Alandale Lifecare and a past Board Member of The Chiefs Rugby. ... more ... less