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Col Hoy      

Full name Colin Hoy

Born May 9, 1922, Windsor, Brisbane, Queensland

Died March 24, 1999, Brisbane, Queensland (aged 76 years 319 days)

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Umpiring statistics
Test debut Australia v England at Brisbane, Nov 26-Dec 1, 1954 scorecard
Last Test Australia v West Indies at Melbourne, Feb 10-15, 1961 scorecard
Test matches 9
Test statistics
Profile

Col Hoy umpired nine Tests in Australia in the 1950s and 1960s, including the most famous of them. After Joe Solomon hit the stumps at Brisbane in 1960-61, Hoy gave Ian Meckiff run out to record the first tie in Test history. West Indian captain Frank Worrell said he would be happy to have the same umpires - Hoy and Colin Egar - again; and he did, in all five Tests. However, Hoy retired from umpiring after that season and concentrated on business and playing grade cricket in Brisbane. He made a brief comeback as an umpire during World Series Cricket.
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Country Fixtures Country Results
CA XI v Pakistanis at Cairns - Dec 8-10
Pakistanis 208 & 124/5 (51 ov) CA XI 114
1st Test: Australia v Pakistan at Brisbane
Dec 15-19, 2016 (13:00 local | 03:00 GMT | 22:00 EST -1d | 21:00 CST -1d | 19:00 PST -1d)
Syd Thunder v Syd Sixers at Sydney
Dec 20, 2016 (19:40 local | 08:40 GMT | 03:40 EST | 02:40 CST | 00:40 PST)
Strikers v Heat at Adelaide
Dec 21, 2016 (19:10 local | 08:40 GMT | 03:40 EST | 02:40 CST | 00:40 PST)
Melb Reneg v Syd Thunder at Melbourne (Docklands)
Dec 22, 2016 (19:40 local | 08:40 GMT | 03:40 EST | 02:40 CST | 00:40 PST)
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