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On Saturday May 1st a freak accident occurred at Illingworth Cricket Club in their First XI game against Harden in Division 2 of the Airedale and Wharfedale Senior Cricket League.
Norfolk's umpiring ranks have been boosted by the addition of 24 newly qualified ECB Level 1 officials.
ECB ACO would like to introduce their seven tutors who are to oversee the Young Umpires Courses which are aimed at those aged between 16-25 years old.
From the very early stages of the formation of the ECB Association of Cricket Umpires (ACO) there has been a commitment from county boards to establish a pathway for officials.
The ECB ACO Constitution Working Party met recently to address various issues which had been submitted by members and others.
The latest edition of the official newsletter of the ICC European Officials Association is now available for download.
Have you ever considered becoming a cricket umpire? If you like being close to the action, there is no better seat in the house.
A teenager with cerebral palsy has hit new heights as he celebrates becoming qualified as a cricket umpire.
The ECB has confirmed that Mark Benson has been offered a first-class umpire contract for the 2010 domestic season. He will return to the county game after a four-year spell at international level.
ECB ACO members are being offered the chance to have lunch and take part in a question and answer session with former England captain Mike Gatting.