|Full name||Bruce Nicholas James Oxenford|
5 March 1960 |
Southport, Queensland, Australia
|Batting style||Right handed|
|Bowling style||Leg spin|
|Domestic team information|
|First-class debut||13 December 1991 Queensland v Victoria|
|Last First-class||8 January 1993 Queensland v South Australia|
|Tests umpired||13 (2010–present)|
|ODIs umpired||57 (2008–present)|
|T20Is umpired||17 (2006–present)|
|FC umpired||69 (2001–present)|
|LA umpired||83 (2001–present)|
|Source: CricketArchive, 17 June 2013|
Bruce Nicholas James Oxenford (born 5 March 1960) is an Australian cricket umpire and a former cricketer. He has been an ICC international umpire since 2008, when he first umpired a One-Day International game, and stood in his first Test match in 2010. On 26 September 2012, he was named to the ICC Elite Umpire Panel, the highest umpiring body in the game of cricket, replacing his fellow Australian Simon Taufel, who retired from the panel to take up a newly created ICC supervisory and training position.
Oxenford began umpiring in 1998, and made his first-class umpiring debut in 2001. He was appointed to the 12-man National Umpire Panel in 2003 and in 2007–08 was named as Cricket Australia's ICC International third umpire.
- List of Test cricket umpires
- List of One Day International cricket umpires
- List of Twenty20 International cricket umpires
- Taufel to retire after World Twenty20. ESPNcricinfo (26 September 2012).
- "Players – Bruce Oxenford". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 10 May 2011.
- Craddock, Robert (12 February 2008). "Ex-players make better umps". Fox Sports. Retrieved 10 May 2011.
- Cricket Australia 2007–08 Umpire Panels announced. cricketworld.com (12 July 2007)
- "Bruce Oxenford". Cricket Archive. Retrieved 10 May 2011.
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