General Manager - Government Relations, Infrastructure and Community Cricket
Geoff Teys has a long history of involvement with cricket in Queensland, initially playing for University of Queensland & then as club president for 8 years. Geoff has 25 years of experience in the construction industry, which enables him to strategically assess and deliver from both perspectives. A key part of the General Manager Government Relations and Infrastructure role is to engage State and Federal level staff & governments on the future of the game, as well as articulate where funding needs to be invested most, via strategically prioritised projects.
State Infrastructure Manager
Sam has worked in cricket for 20 years 10 years with NZ Cricket and coming up 10 with QC. The State Infrastructure Manager role is critical to the purpose and vision of Queensland Cricket, leading and overseeing the strategic investment of infrastructure funding, identifying infrastructure opportunities & engaging with all levels of Government to collaborate in the delivery of facility development.
Community Infrastructure Coordinator
James has been with Queensland Cricket since August 2021, initially as a Community Cricket Coordinator and joined the infrastructure team in January 2023. As Community Infrastructure Coordinator, James’ role is to build, maintain and leverage relationships with schools, clubs and councils to support strategic funding investment into Cricket in Queensland. with a focus on effective implementation of the Australian Cricket Infrastructure Fund.