Trevor Hohns has reportedly quit his role as chief selector of the Australian men’s cricket team.
The Age reports that Hohns recently handed in his notice to Cricket Australia after a combined 16 years as a head selector across two stints since 1995.
Hohns was a selector during World cup triumphs in 1999 and 2003, as well as three successful Ashes defences and Australia’s famous series win in India in 2004.
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The publication reports that Hohns is likely to be replaced in the role by new selector and former Australian batsman George Bailey.
Given Bailey is already a member on the panel, a spot will be vacant alongside he and Australia coach Justin Langer.
It’s unclear when exactly Hohns will step aside with Australia set to play five T20s against Bangladesh…