London: Giles Clarke will serve a third term as chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board after being re-elected.
The 58-year-old Clarke was nominated unopposed by the ECB's 41 members to remain in the role until 2015.
England have risen to the top of the test rankings under Clarke, who succeeded David Morgan as chairman in 2007.
The 58-year-old was nominated unopposed by the ECB's 41 members to remain in the role until 2015.
Clarke says, "I am honored to be re-elected ... and would like to thank the members for their continued confidence and support."