Full name Roger Dill
Born July 5, 1957, Bermuda
Current age 59 years 154 days
|ODI debut||Canada v Zimbabwe at Port of Spain, May 16, 2006 scorecard|
|Last ODI||Canada v West Indies at King City (NW), Aug 24, 2008 scorecard|
Roger Dill became the first umpire from the ICC Associates/Affiliates panel to stand in a full ODI when he officiated in tri-nation series between Bermuda, Canada and Zimbabwe in Trinidad in May 2006. He only took up umpiring in 1997 after stepping in when a local match needed someone. "I was told afterwards I didn't do too badly so I went found it fun and interesting and it went from there," he recalled. He subsequently stood in ICC Trophy, Intercontinental Cup and U-19 World Cup matches before being appointed to the Associates/Affiliates panel in April 2005. He is a sergeant in the Bermuda fire brigade.
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