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The Argentine Cricket Association has recently formed the first ever Argentine Cricket Officials Association (ACOA) which is being driving by the ACA’s High Performance Manager Hamish Barton, who is acting as Chairman of the ACOA Committee. The committee consists of two local umpires (Malcolm Gibson and David Gibson) and two local scorers (Brandy Auld and Vicky Gibson).
The ACOA Mission Statement is - to establish a governing body that, in conjunction with the High Performance Manager of the Argentine Cricket Association, administers the development of umpiring and scoring (officiating) in Argentina and provides opportunities for people to become officials through the necessary tools, promotion, accreditation, remuneration and career pathways.
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