James Sheridan

James Sheridan

Chairman

James Sheridan is one of the North West’s leading deals lawyers, having advised on many of the region’s best known transactions. He is a partner at business law firm Turner Parkinson in Manchester. A member of Lancashire CCC since 1989, James is passionate about cricket and youth sport in general. James lives in Hale, Cheshire and is married to Sarah, who runs her family’s farming business. Together with his children Laurie and Ben , James actively follows cricket, rugby, football, tennis, horse racing and golf.


David Hodgkiss

David Hodgkiss

David Hodgkiss has been connected with LCCC for over 25 years and in that time has served on the Club's Committee, firstly as a Member of the General Committee, and then as the Hon. Treasurer and currently as the Vice Chairman. A keen lover of cricket, he has devoted a lot of his time and professional business expertise to the County on the Club's Board. David is CEO of Bury based William Hare, which manufactures steel products globally and he has recently been awarded an OBE for his services to manufacturing and export


Lee Morgan

Lee Morgan

Lee Morgan is the Finance Director and Secretary of Lancashire County Cricket Club having previously worked as a qualified chartered accountant and auditor with international firm Deloitte. As well as being responsible for all financial matters at LCCC, Lee was heavily involved in securing funds and project managing the Club's recent multi million pound redevelopment of Emirates Old Trafford. A keen Liverpool FC fan, Lee is also very passionate about cricket.


Mark Chilton

Mark Chilton

Mark Chilton is a former LCCC player who represented the club between 1997-2011. A former Captain, he led the team to the 2nd division championship in 2005 and came within a whisker of winning the outright County Championship in 2006. He made up for that by being part of the squad that achieved this feat in 2011, the first time in 76 years! After scoring well over 13,000 runs for Lanashire, Mark decided to retire following the championship victory in 2011, to take up a post as Director of Cricket at his old school Manchester Grammar. He recently returned to a professional coaching role at Emirates Old Trafford following the departure of Peter Moores and now forms a part of coaching team.