Development Panel of ICC Umpires

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The ICC Associates and Affiliates Umpire Panel is a panel of international cricket umpires chosen by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Established in 2005, its members are drawn primarily (though not exclusively) from the organisation's associate and affiliate members (rather than its full members). It stands alongside, and is intended to offer a career path into, the Elite Panel of ICC Umpires. Umpires on the panel are not restricted to matches between associate and affiliate teams, and have officiated at One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International level.

The panel, appointed in 2016, has a current membership of 35:[1]

Umpire Country Region
Wynand Louw  Namibia Africa
David Odhiambo  Kenya Africa
Rockie D'Mello  Kenya Africa
Isaac Oyieko  Kenya Africa
Claude Henry  Namibia Africa
Sameer Bandekar  United States Americas
Courtney Young  Cayman Islands Americas
Jacqueline Williams  West Indies Americas
Nigel Morrison  Vanuatu East Asia-Pacific
Kathy Cross  New Zealand East Asia-Pacific
Claire Polosak  Australia East Asia-Pacific
Lakani Oala  Papua New Guinea East Asia-Pacific
Alu Kapa  Papua New Guinea East Asia-Pacific
Buddhi Pradhan    Nepal Asia
Sarika Prasad  Singapore Asia
Iftikhar Ali  United Arab Emirates Asia
Rabiul Hoque  United Arab Emirates Asia
Akbar Ali  United Arab Emirates Asia
Ahmed Shah Durrani  Afghanistan Asia
Ahmed Shah Pakteen  Afghanistan Asia
Vinay Kumar Jha    Nepal Asia
Durga Nath Subedi    Nepal Asia
Tabarak Dar  Hong Kong Asia
Ian Thomson  Hong Kong Asia
Clive Howard  Hong Kong Asia
Rahul Asher  Oman Asia
Ian Ramage  Scotland Europe
Mark Hawthorne  Ireland Europe
Roland Black  Ireland Europe
Alan Neill  Ireland Europe
Allan Haggo  Scotland Europe
Alex Dowdalls  Scotland Europe
Ashraf Din  Netherlands Europe
Huub Jansen  Netherlands Europe
Pim van Liemt  Netherlands Europe
Sue Redfern  England Europe

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "ICC Umpire Panels". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 20 February 2017.