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Eleven experienced and diverse individuals have been appointed to the board of the County Sport Partnerships (CSP) Network as a result of its 2015 governance review.

Among the appointments are: Sue Anstiss, chair of Get Berkshire Active; Nigel Harrison, chief executive of Yorkshire Sport Foundation; Adrian Leather, chief executive at Lancashire Sport Partnership; and Eamonn O’Rourke, board member at Greater Sport.

They will be joined by five independent members, including Housing Associations’ Charitable Trust (HACT) CEO Matt Leach; Mytime Active, Health and Leisure Trust chief executive Marg Mayne; Sue Storey, director of sport & international development at the Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA); Oaks Consultancy managing partner Adam Walker; and BT senior strategy manager Craig Gosling.

In addition, two of the existing trustees – Janet Inman and Ben Jones – have been reappointed for a further year to “ensure continuity and a smooth transition”, while chair Richard Saunders will stay on until the end of his term in 2018.

The CSP Network’s governance review resulted in a decision to appoint a “skills-based” board to “move the organisation forward”, with candidates chosen for their respective experience in enterprise, social impact, customer engagement and digital technology.

Saunders said he was “delighted” to have recruited such a high calibre, diverse and motivated” board.

“It is excellent to see the skills we have within the network, and that we have been able to attract the support of influential people from outside the sector,” he added. “Their commitment to helping deliver our mission to improve lives by growing grassroots sport and physical activity will be hugely beneficial.”

The status of County Sport Partnerships is still up in the air with former Labour MP and Sports Think Tank director Andy Reed conducting his Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) review, although his findings are expected imminently.

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