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    Eoin Morgan has taken over from Charlotte Edwards as the President of the PCA
Eoin Morgan has taken over from Charlotte Edwards as the President of the PCA
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Eoin Morgan has taken over from Charlotte Edwards as the President of the PCA

The World Cup-winning captain is the tenth person to hold the prestigious position.

Eoin Morgan, the former captain who led England to victory in the 2019 World Cup, has been named as the new President of the Professional Cricketers' Association.

Morgan, 37, retired in 2022, having played in over 350 international matches in all competitions. He will be the tenth person to hold the role, succeeding Charlotte Edwards.

Morgan served on the board of the Team England Player Partnership (TEPP) during his time as England captain.

Morgan said:

"As we navigate through an ever-changing landscape of cricket, the role of the PCA is even more critical. We must ensure that the organisation adapts and innovates to safeguard the evolving needs of our players, to enable them to thrive on and off the field.”

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