Rod Marsh has resigned from his position as Cricket Australia’s Chairman of Selectors.
At this stage, there is no replacement in mind.
“This is my own decision and no-one within Cricket Australia has pressured me or even suggested that I should do this,” Marsh said.
“Clearly, though, it is time for some fresh thinking, just as it is for our Test team to welcome some new faces as we build for the future.
“I have always had the best interests of Australian cricket foremost in my heart, and that’s why I have made this decision.
“I wish the captain, coach and the team all the best going forward. We will be great again.”
The move follows Australia’s disappointing Test series against South Africa.
Marsh had previously intended to resign in June, 2017.
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