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Some of the umpires for the 2002 Indoor Cricket World Cup bless their cotton socks . . .

In what we believe is a world first, two women umpires are amongst the officials for this World Cup. Jo Crocker and Mavis Hammon, both from New Zealand, are the ladies with this unique distinction.

Jo and Mavis, the first women umpire and scorer at an Indoor Cricket World Cup
Jo and Mavis (seated) making history officiating over their first World Cup game

The umpires for the 2002 Indoor Cricket World Cup are:

Jo Crocker (NZ)
Nigel Hyndman (NZ)
James Windscheffel (England)
James Jackson (NZ)
Robbie Bennett (NZ)
Mavis Hammon (NZ)
Robert Dossett (NZ)
Nepia Stewart (NZ)
Marc Nickl (Australia)
Hiran De Mel (Sri Lanka)

James Windscheffel, Mark Cini, Nepia Stewart and Mavis Hammon, umpires at the 2002 Indoor Cricket World Cup
James Windscheffel, Mark Cini, Nepia Stewart and Mavis Hammon.

Mavis Hammon, Nepia Stewart and James Windscheffel, umpires at the 2002 Indoor Cricket World Cup
Mavis Hammon, Nepia Stewart and James Windscheffel

Umpire Mark Nickl explaining a finer point to England's Mike Edmond. 2002 Indoor Cricket World Cup
Marc Nickl explaining a finer point to England's Mike Edmond.

 

 


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