Former Test umpire Orchard cut from national group
Jun 3, 2008: Rod Tucker has become the first umpire to be promoted from Cricket Australia's project group to the international panel
National Panel of umpires
Apr 20, 2004: Dave Orchard is among six umpires named by Cricket Australia in their National Panel for the 2004-05 season
Oct 16, 2001: Kenyan captain Maurice Odumbe's criticisms of umpire Dave Orchard have earned him a two match ban from International Cricket Council match referee Justice Ahmed Ebrahim
Oct 15, 2001: Kenyan captain Maurice Odumbe has charged that umpire Dave Orchard, one of South Africa's most senior officials, was "not friendly" towards the east Africans during Sunday's Standard Bank One-Day International in Kimberley
May 29, 2000: Decisions taken at the meeting of the General Council of the United Cricket Board of South Africa in Johannesburg on May 27 2000
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Stats highlights from the first ODI between India and England in Pune
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As batting and bowling in ODIs takes on more of the attacking virtues of T20 cricket, where does the format stand as a product of its own?