Gladstone Small
Former English Cricketer

Born in Barbados, Gladstone Small moved to England at age 14 and qualified to play cricket for his adopted country, competing in 17 Tests and 55 One-Day Internationals (ODI), including two Cricket World Cups.
Small's most famous achievement on the English side was on his initial call up on Boxing Day morning 1986, when he took seven wickets and was named man of the match as England took a 2-0 lead and a hold on the Ashes.
While still in the midst of his playing career in 1994, Small decided to go back to school and study Business Administration and Marketing which helped the right-handed fast bowler in his post-playing career. After retiring in 1999, Small joined the Professional Cricketers Association (PCA) and eventually became Director where he was instrumental in growing the association to become a respected stakeholder within cricket.
Since 2008, Small has been primarily an ambassador for the PCA, consulting on various sponsorship and partnering deals, and acting as a motivational speaker, while contributing his time and efforts to various charities including Lords Taverners, Chance to Shine, Prostate Cancer and SPARKS. 

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Cricket Business Management