Greg Barclay is a popular figure on NZ cricket grounds. As chairman of NZ Cricket, he has seen the Black Caps march up to Number 2 in world rankings.
On his watch the team came achingly close to winning the World Cup and in the last week the Black Caps trounced the touring English team at the Bay Oval.
Whether they can win the test series is now the issue as the second test begins in Hamilton.
Barclay is a man of many talents, as one might expect. In between the cricket tests, he has presided over the kind of breathtaking performance by a company on the NZX which Black Caps captain Kane Williamson would be happy to replicate on the field. Continue reading “Going on the front foot – the lessons Black Caps could learn from businessman who chairs Cricket NZ”