Board member

An outstanding Australian left-hand batsman, he was part of one of the most successful opening partnerships in cricket history with Queenslander Matthew Hayden.

A pugnacious competitor he played 105 Test matches for his country and scored 7696 runs at an impressive average of 45.27. His highest score of 250 came on the biggest stage, against England in the 2002 Boxing Day Test at the MCG.

Post his own playing career he has proven to be a coach who drives those same elite standards, initially as head coach at the WA Cricket Association.

He was in charge of the Western Warriors in the four-day domestic competition and the Perth Scorchers in the Big Bash T20 League. After four years as senior coach of Australia, he stepped away from the position in 2022 and is now keenly sought as a motivational speaker and is also engaged in the media.

A passionate West Coast Eagles supporter Justin Langer joined the board on July 1, 2017.