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ICC World Twenty20

ICC announces umpires and match referee appointments for Super Eight stage of ICC World Twenty20 in South Africa

The ICC today announced details of the umpire and match referee appointments for the Super Eight stage of the ICC World Twenty20 in South Africa, which is taking place until 24 September

James Fitzgerald
15-Sep-2007
The ICC today announced details of the umpire and match referee appointments for the Super Eight stage of the ICC World Twenty20 in South Africa, which is taking place until 24 September.
As for the group stage of the tournament, there will be three teams of four umpires overseeing proceedings in the Super Eight across the three venues of the Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg; Kingsmead, Durban; and Newlands in Cape Town.
Three match referees, Chris Broad, Mike Procter and Ranjan Madugalle, all of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, will lead the umpires during the Super Eight.
Broad will be based in Johannesburg and is joined by Daryl Harper and Mark Benson of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Umpires, Nigel Llong of the Emirates International Panel of ICC Umpires and Karl Hurter, who will be fourth official for all Super Eight stage matches in Johannesburg.
Procter will oversee the first Super Eight game in Durban and will have with him Billy Doctrove and Simon Taufel of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Umpires, as well as Steve Davis and Brian Jerling of the Emirates International Panel of ICC Umpires. Jerling will be fourth official for all Super Eight stage matches taking place in Durban.
Madugalle will manage a Playing Control Team for the first two Super Eight games in Cape Town before switching with Procter at Durban. The Cape Town umpires will be Asad Rauf of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Umpires, as well as Tony Hill and Ian Howell of the Emirates International Panel of ICC Umpires, and Marais Erasmus, who will be the fourth official.
Appointments for the remainder of the tournament will be announced in due course.

James Fitzgerald is ICC Communications Officer