Full name Alcwyn Jenkins
Died July 4, 2009, Swansea (aged 72 years)
Alcwyn Jenkins died after being struck on the head by a ball during a match. He was standing in the game between Swansea and Llangennech in Division One of the Antur Insurance South Wales Association at the St Helen's ground in Swansea when he was struck by a throw from one of the fielders. He was airlifted to hospital but died shortly afterwards. Roger Knight, the ACO chairman, said. "Alcwyn Jenkins was a highly respected umpire in the south Wales cricket community for the last 25 years and a valued member of the ECB ACO.."
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