After 12 years at The Yorkshire County Cricket Club (YCCC), leading the commercial operation, Andy Dawson had decided to step down from his role as Commercial Director.

During his time at Headingley, he has helped to transform the club’s commercial performance, with significant growth across all income streams.

Picture by Allan McKenzie/ - 03/10/2019 - Sport - Cricket - YCCC Gala Dinner 2019 - Emerald Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds, England - Andy Dawson of Yorkshire is interviewed about the Hundred competition.

Pictured, Andy Dawson of Yorkshire is interviewed about the Hundred competition in 2019  at the YCCC Gala Dinner in 2019.

Colin Graves, Chair of YCCC, said: “The board would like to thank Andy for his loyalty, commitment, and expertise during his time at the club. I brought Andy in during 2012 to help grow our revenue streams and that is exactly what has been achieved. Andy remains a friend of the club and is welcome back any time.”

 Andy, said: “It has been an absolute privilege to serve The Yorkshire County Cricket Club. I would like to thank the members and all our commercial partners for their support during my time at the club, I have made life-long friends amongst their number and look forward to watching cricket with them in the future.

I would also particularly like to thank my whole team for their dedication and selfless support during my tenure as we have grown the revenue streams to be the highest they have ever been in the club’s history (2023).

“I am passionate about The Yorkshire County Cricket Club and will miss the people immensely but after 12 years feel it is the right time for me to seek a new adventure.

 “I wish all the YCCC all the very best of success, both on and off the field of play”.

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