Full name Geoffrey Thomas Daniel Morrow
Born January 30, 1952, Geelong, Victoria
Died September 27, 2007, Epworth Hospital, Melbourne (aged 55 years 240 days)
Geoff Morrow had the distinction of officiating at national level at cricket and AFL. He stood in more than 200 senior grade matches in Victoria, umpiring his first state match in 1996-97 and the following season he was third umpire at the Melbourne Test between Australia and England. He also officiated in three women's ODIs. He continued to umpire at first-class level until the end of the 2005-06 season, but since then he had been battling serious illness.
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