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29 Jan, 2008

Marcel Le Gouais
Date: 28-Jan-2008

Derbyshire has appointed former professional cricketer Mark Gouldstone as a BDM.
He will be responsible for creating business and affinity relationships with a host of companies and community organisations from across the society's operating area.

He will also develop links with its current partners, including Sheffield Wednesday, Mansfield Town and Grimsby Town football clubs, for which it runs affinity savings accounts for their supporters.

Gouldstone joined Derbyshire in June 2005 and previously worked as savings product manager.

His sporting career stretched between 1986 and 1997, during which he played alongside cricket legends such as Allan Lamb and Dennis Lillee.

A specialist batsman and occasional opening bat, he faced some of the most hostile bowlers in cricketing history including Wasim Akram, Allan Donald and Malcolm Marshall.

He made his debut for Northamptonshire in 1986 against the New Zealand touring team where he scored a respectable 35 and hit the highest score of his career, 71, against Essex.

His performances didn't go unnoticed and he was selected for England under-19s, where his teammates included test stars Jack Russell, Neil Fairbrother and Phil Tufnell.

Gouldstone says: "I'm delighted to be joining the affinities team at Derbyshire and look forward to working with organisations across the East Midlands to create new opportunities for customers and boosting the society's business-to - business offering."

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