Miller takes on the position of chairman of the newly formed association and believes that the RCA is a great initiative by Cook Islands Cricket for the sustainable future of cricket on Rarotonga.
Miller sees his role as a collaborative approach with the clubs.
“My role is to mainly coordinate and oversee the RCA meetings. The clubs have plenty of passionate administrators, coaches and players so, together with the vice chairwomen June George and secretary Stephanie Vaiimene, we have a really good team to come up with an exciting competition and keep senior cricket in Rarotonga booming!”
Miller has plenty of experience in cricket having been a lifelong player; having re-started the Titikaveka cricket club three years ago; captaining his club team and the honour of captaining the men’s national team in the past.
The RCA will plan, coordinate and manage the senior men’s and women’s competitions on Rarotonga.
Miller encourages all team representatives to attend the next meeting of the RCA on July 11 at the Muri Club House where the RCA will appoint a treasurer, set the competition structure and the playing conditions for the season.
The meeting will also provide absent clubs the opportunity to nominate their team representatives.
For more information please contact RCA chairman Glenn Miller on 54431.