The Northern Cricket Union (NCU) has appointed David Morton as their new Public Relations Officer.
David was formally appointed at the NCU Board meeting on the 19th June 2012.
Following the appointment, David said; ‘I am delighted to be appointed as the new PRO for the Northern Cricket Union. This is an exciting time to be involved in Irish Cricket and I am thoroughly looking forward to working for the NCU. I look forward to promoting the excellent work being carried out at all levels throughout the Union and within the clubs of the NCU. I would encourage everyone to please get in touch and let me know the good work you are doing so we can publicise this.’
Chairman of the Northern Cricket Union, Brian Walsh said; ‘I am delighted to welcome David to the job of PRO of the NCU. It is an important position that we have been keen to fill for some time as we feel it is important to keep our clubs and the public informed about what is happening in local cricket. There is a lot of great work being done by volunteers and coaches to improve and develop the sport’.
For media or clubs who wish to contact David, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Name: David Morton
Home: East Belfast
Cricket Club: Civil Service North of Ireland
School Cricket: Portora Royal School
Cricketing Hero: Freddie Flintoff
Batting: Right hand (agricultural!)
Hobbies: Football (Man Utd), playing cricket and watching just about any sport that Sky Sport will show.
Biography: Originally from Irvinestown, Co. Fermanagh, I have lived in Belfast since going to University in 1998. Following five years with Guinness (now Diageo), I have worked for the Executive Information Service, part of the NI Civil Service for the past eight years in a range of communications roles and I am currently based in Communications Branch in the Department for Employment and Learning.