Crompton was chairman of the Australian Cricket Board (now Cricket Australia) from 1992 to 1995.
A well-known Sydney cricketer for over two decades, Crompton also held a variety of positions, including chairman of Cricket New South Wales before his appointment as head of ACB.
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“Everyone at Cricket Australia who worked with Alan and all who benefited from his cricketing services will be deeply saddened by his passing,” AC chairman Lachlan Henderson said in a statement on Friday.
“The energy, enthusiasm and expertise that Alan brought to cricket in New South Wales and Australia for over 60 years was remarkable and he leaves an exceptional legacy at all levels of the game.”
Crompton has also served as tour manager for the Australian Test Teams on three occasions.
He was awarded the Order of Australia medal and is a life member of NSW Cricket and Sydney University Cricket Club.