Former cricketers Rahul Dravid and Mahela Jayawardene have been appointed to the ICC Cricket Committee for the next three years.
The committee is headed by Anil Kumble, who has been re-elected as the chairman for a period of another three years.
Dravid, along with Tim May, former chief executive of the Federation of International Cricketers' Association, will look after the interests of the current players.
On the other hand, Jayawardene, who takes over from former Australian skipper Mark Taylor, will be a representative for former players.
The ICC Cricket Committee has the power to recommend changes to the cricket playing rules, subject to ratification by the main ICC board.
Committee in full
Chairman: Anil Kumble
Ex-Officios: Shashank Manohar (Chairman) and Dave Richardson (CEO)
Representatives of past players: Andrew Strauss and Mahela Jayawardene
Representatives of current players: Rahul Dravid and Tim May
Full Member team coach representative: Darren Lehmann
Full Members' representative: David White
Umpires' representative: Richard Kettleborough
Referees' representative: Ranjan Madugalle
Marylebone Cricket Club representative: John Stephenson
Associate representative: Kevin O'Brien
Media representative: Ravi Shastri
Women's representative: Clare Connor