Pakistan News Service

Friday Nov 24, 2017, Rabi-al-awwal 5, 1439 Hijri
Logo Logo
LATEST :
Pakistan News Home -> 0 -> News Details

ICC announces umpires, referees for Champions Trophy

14 September, 2009

  Related News  
Darrell Hair readies himself for Test return
ICC appoints Hair to stand in internationals
  More on this View All

Karachi—The International Cricket Council (ICC) Sunday announced details of the umpire and match referee appointments for the group stage of the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy to be staged in South Africa, September 22 to October 5.

The match referees’ responsibilities throughout the tournament will be shared between Jeff Crowe, Javagal Srinath and Roshan Mahanama, according to details received from ICC media department.

The on-field responsibilities will be shared by eight Umpires, namely Billy Bowden, Aleem Dar, Steve Davis, Ian Gould, Daryl Harper, Tony Hill, Asad Rauf and Simon Taufel.

The appointments have also been made for the warm-up matches to be played at Potchefstroom, Pretoria and Benoni from September 18 to 20. Like previous ICC events, none of these matches will carry official ODI status.

Two umpires from the International Panel Marais Erasmus and Brian Jerling, will act as third umpires for some of the warm-up matches.

Appointments for the semi-finals and the final will be announced in due course. ICC Champions Trophy 2009 (warm-ups): Friday 18 Sept: South Africa v West Indies (d/n), Potchefstroom - Ian Gould and Tony Hill, Marais Erasmus (third) Friday 18 Sept: Pakistan v Sri Lanka (d/n), Willowmoore Park, Benoni - Billy Bowden and Daryl Harper, Steve Davis (third) Friday 18 Sept: New Zealand v Warriors (d), LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria - Simon Taufel and Aleem Dar, Brian Jerling (third) Sunday 20 Sept: New Zealand v India (d/n), Potchefstroom - Simon Taufel and Aleem Dar, Marais Erasmus (third) Sunday 20 Sept: Pakistan v Warriors (d/n), Willowmoore Park, Benoni - Ian Gould and Steve Davis, Daryl Harper (third) Sunday 20 Sept Sri Lanka v West Indies (d), LC de Villiers Oval, Pretoria - Billy Bowden and Tony Hill, Brian Jerling (third) ICC Champions Trophy 2009 (group stage): Tuesday 22 Sept: South Africa v Sri Lanka (d/n), Centurion - Simon Taufel and Ian Gould, Steve Davis (third), Tony Hill (fourth),

Jeff Crowe (referee) Wednesday 23 Sept: Pakistan v West Indies (d/n), The Wanderers - Steve Davis and Daryl Harper, Simon Taufel (third), Billy Bowden (fourth), Javagal Srinath (referee) Thursday 24 Sept: South Africa v New Zealand (d), Centurion - Asad Rauf and Aleem Dar, Daryl Harper (third), Ian Gould (fourth), Roshan Mahanama (referee) Friday 25 Sep: Sri Lanka v England (d/n), The Wanderers – Aleem Dar and Billy Bowden, Tony Hill (third), Simon Taufel (fourth), Javagal Srinath (referee) Saturday 26 Sept: West Indies v Australia (d), The Wanderers - Tony Hill and Asad Rauf, Billy Bowden (third), Aleem Dar (fourth), Jeff Crowe (referee) Saturday 26 Sept: India v Pakistan (d/n), Centurion - Steve Davis and Simon Taufel, Ian Gould (third), Daryl Harper (fourth), Roshan Mahanama (referee) Sunday 27 Sept: New Zealand v Sri Lanka (d), The Wanderers - Ian Gould and Daryl Harper, Aleem Dar (third), Simon Taufel (fourth), Javagal Srinath (referee) Sunday 27 Sept: South Africa v England (d/n),

Centurion - Steve Davs and Tony Hill, Billy Bowden (third), Asad Rauf (fourth), Roshan Manahama (referee) Monday 28 Sept: Australia v India (d/n), Centurion - Tony Hill and Billy Bowden, Asad Rauf (third), Ian Gould (fourth), Jeff Crowe (referee) Tuesday 29 Sept: England v New Zealand (d/n), The Wanderers - Daryl Harper and Asad Rauf, Aleem Dar (third), Steve Davis (fourth), Roshan Mahanama (referee) Wednesday 30 Sept: India v West Indies (d/n), The Wanderers - Simon Taufel and Aleem Dar, Daryl Harper (third), Steve Davis (fourth), Jeff Crowe (referee) Wednesday 30 Sept: Australia v Pakistan (d), Centurion - Billy Bowden and Ian Gould, Tony Hill (third), Asad Rauf (fourth), Javagal Srinath (referee).—APP

End.


  Speak Out View All
Military Courts
Imran - Qadri long march
 
Candid Corner
Exclusive by
Lt. Col. Riaz Jafri (Retd)
Pakistan itself a victim of state-sponsored terrorism: Qamar Bajwa
Should You Try Napping During the Workday?
Suggested Sites