The former international cricketer Rob Hart has been elected to the Board of New Zealand Cricket.
Board members Alan Isaac and Stephen Boock were due to retire by rotation this year but Isaac, resigned his in August on being appointed ICC Vice President while Boock successfully made himself available for re-selection.
President Denis Currie, has been re-appointed for a second one-year term.
Hart played 11 Tests and two one day internationals between 2002 and 2004.
He played 110 first-class matches and 136 one-day matches for Northern Districts in a career spanning 12 years.
New Zealand Cricket's also awarded life memberships to former New Zealand all-rounder Sir Richard Hadlee and former commentator and First-Class cricketer Iain Gallaway.