Lloyd Barker

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This article is about the cricket umpire. For the soccer player, see Lloyd Barker (soccer). For the second of Ma Barker's four criminal sons, see Ma Barker.

Lloyd Hamilton Barker (born 26 September 1943, Barbados) is a cricket umpire who officiated in 29 Tests and 37 One Day Internationals from 1984 to 1997.[1] Barker's first Test as umpire was the Third Test between West Indies and Australia in 1984. He officiated in the first ever Test between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe at Harare in October 1994 as the neutral umpire; his colleague was Ian Robinson.

Barker has since retired.

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  1. ^ "Lloyd Barker". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 16 May 2014. 

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