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PostSubject: Umpires & Match Referees Announced For Twenty20 WC in SA   Wed Aug 01, 2007 7:44 pm

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday announced the umpire and match referees for the ICC World Twenty20 tournament to be held in South Africa in September.

As per espn-star.com, a total of three ICC match referees and nine umpires will officiate during the 27-match event, which is scheduled to take place from September 11 – 24.

All the three referees are from the Emirates Elite Panel and include the head of the group, former Sri Lanka captain, Ranjan Madugalle, the website added.

Among other referees appointed by ICC are - Mike Procter, the former South Africa all-rounder and Proteas’cricket manager, and ex-England opening batsman Chris Broad.

The nine umpires set to officiate in the tournament include five officials from the Emirates Elite Panel – Mark Benson, Billy Doctrove, Daryl Harper, Asad Rauf and Simon Taufel.

The four other umpires are all from the Emirates International Panel – Steve Davis, Ian Howell, Nigel Llong and Tony Hill.

The match appointments of the officials for the opening stage of the tournament will be made and announced in due course, the espn-star website reported.

Meanwhile, the ICC World Twenty20 South Africa 2007 involves the ten ICC Full Members and two Associate teams, Kenya and Scotland, and will be held at three venues – Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg.
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