Trevor has been CEO of CMCA since 2008. Trevor is an experienced manger in the sports sector having been CEO of Tennis Northern, Auckland Football Federation, Auckland Table Tennis, Counties Manukau Basketball, Counties Manukau Rugby League, Counties Manukau Heroes (rugby league franchise), the Counties Manukau Sports Foundation and Motorcycling NZ. He also had a four year period with Sport NZ (then SPARC) and taught physical education for eight years. He is happily married with two adult children.
Serena has a Cantabrian birth certificate but has lived in Wellington (and is a Victoria University graduate) but for the last five or so years she’s breathed Auckland’s air. Now retired because of injury, she has a long cricket playing background both in Christchurch and Wellington. Her sports management career has seen her in positions with Kelly Sports and Auckland Netball.
Serena is the go-to person for club and school cricket, coach/ player registration, CricHQ, female cricket, after-school cricket, holiday programmes, ethnic cricket and umpire and coach training.
Amanda came in to the CMCA family July 2015. She has already made her mark in the association with her get up and go attitude. Her organisation and administration skills are second to none, as Amanda brings a wealth of club administrator experience including spectator, parent, scorer, manager and fan of cricket. We know with her in our ranks we will be a smoothly run operation. Amanda is a mother of three boys and happily married to Dave Davies.
Adil is a former Northern Districts first class cricketer who has played district representative cricket for Counties-Manukau (14 matches) and Hamilton ( 110 matches). He was captain of the Hamilton team when it won the Hawke Cup for the first time back in 2001 and has maintained a strong affinity with Hawke Cup cricket. Ugandan born, the leg spin all-rounder moved to Pukekohe from Hamilton around the turn of the century. He took over the head coach role in 2016 after cutting his teeth on age group cricket. Adil coached the winning CMCA senior secondary boys team in 2014/15. These days he’s an occasional player for Pukekohe-Metro CC, two of his boys, Wade and Reid, also play for the club.
Spencer originates from Sri Lanka but was raised in Qatar. He is a keen cricketer and played club cricket until last season. His personal athletic prowess is in track and field, having represented Qatar at international level before he came to New Zealand around 10 years ago.
Spencer is a strength and conditioning specialist with a degree issued by AUT.
Spencer will manage the junior pathway for athletes and coaches. He will support our age group and female players as well as identify and fast-track players, coaches, and umpires with high achievement capability.