A retired chartered accountant, Ken graduated from Southampton University in 1982 and initially played Sunday friendly cricket for Merlin for around 20 years.
A batsman/wicket-keeper, he joined Langley Manor some 15 years ago and mainly plays third and fourth team cricket in the regional divisions.
Ken confesses to be a big soccer fan and, having grown up in Suffolk, follows the fortunes, or otherwise, of Ipswich Town.
He said: “Having recently retired, I am excited to be getting more involved in local cricket and am looking forward to joining the Hampshire Cricket League management team.
“I would also like to take the opportunity to thank Denis Emery and Philip Wilson, the retiring Chair and vice Chair, for their outstanding contribution to the management of the League.”
The Hampshire Cricket League has 185 clubs for the 2022 season, which will begin on May 7 and a thriving Ladies section which has three divisions and plays on Sundays.