Former Test captain Mark Taylor is the latest domino to fall at Cricket Australia after resigning from the board.
Taylor cited he had no more to give to the role that he stated that been extremely tough and testing over the past 18-months.
"I reached this decision after a lot of soul searching over the last week or two. I really have appreciated serving the game at the peak level and it’s given me an opportunity to give back to this great game of cricket," Taylor said.
“I had an opportunity to put my name forward as a chairman or to step off. I think I’ve made the right move in the interest of Australian cricket to step off, to give some other former Australian cricketer hopefully to bring some new ideas."
Cricket Australia now have two vacancies on the board following the resignation of Chairman David Peever on Friday.
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