About Cricket Hong Kong

The first recorded evidence of cricket being played in Hong Kong dates back to 1841. Today, cricket is fully-fledged sport that is professionally administered by Cricket Hong Kong and subvented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Competitions are organised throughout the year for all age groups - from primary school children to senior players.

Our Vision

We are devoted to the betterment of our community by introducing cricket to all levels of society, providing opportunities for all to benefit from it.

Our Mission

We will engage, educate and inspire through programmes and initiatives that reflect our diverse, vibrant community, also providing professional structures and pathways to support the identification and development of talented cricketers to ensure Hong Kong is represented by champion teams.


Cricket Hong Kong is governed by an executive committee and its daily operation carried out by a team of experienced administrative staff. The management team report to an Executive Committee made up of four directors and nine club, umpire and women’s representatives.

Executive Committee

The Executive Committee meets monthly and is the body charged with policy-making and decisions of major importance to Hong Kong cricket, as well as directing and approving the day to day running of Hong Kong cricket by the administrative staff.

Members of the Executive Committee (after the annual general meeting held at Regal Hong Kong Hotel on 25 September 2017) are:

Mr Rodney Miles
Dr John Cribbin
Hon. Secretary
Mr Johnathan Cummings
Hon. Treasurer
Hong Kong Cricket Club Representative
Mr Sean Robson
Kowloon Cricket Club Representative
Mr Simon Scanlon
Little Sai Wan Cricket Club Representative
Mr Tabarak Dar
Pakistan Association Representative
Dr Rizwan Ullah
Independent Teams Representative
Dr John Wright
Women's Representative
Ms Renee Montgomery
Chinese Representative
Mr Nick Way
League & Cup Match Committee Chairman
Mr Ravi Nagdev
ACU&S(HKC) Representative
Mr Clive Howard


The staff operate at CHK's headquarters at Olympic House and are responsible for the day-to-day implementation of policies set down by the Executive Committee. Members of staff are:

Interim Chief Executive Officer
Justin Pearce
General Manager
Pauline Cheung
Director of Cricket
Mark Wright
Financial Controller
Catherine Tam
Accounting Officer
Adam Cheuk
Assistant Accounting Officer
Dave Tse
Programs Coordinator
Matt Stiller
Development Coordinator
Lucita Lai
Marketing and Promotion Officer
Nitesh Hemlani
Cricket Officer
Emma Lai
Cricket Officer
James Chan
Cricket Officer
Jay Yeung
High Performance Assistant
Jannifer Chun
Administration and HR Assistant
Isabella Wan

CHK Head Coach
Simon Cook
CHK Women's and Dragons Coach
Richard Waite
Pathway Coach
Mark Farmer
Assistant Coach
Jawaid Iqbal
Team Analyst
Chris Pickett
Grounds Manager
Horace Leung
Jashim Uddin
Ground Staff - GDB
Chow Wing Wah
Wang Yong Mei 
Ground Staff - TKR RG
Chow Wing Wah
Wu Hing Ping