Order has somewhat has been restored for the members of the Bermuda Cricket Umpires Association over the Christmas Holiday, as www.islandstats.com has been informed that the Umpires have received their 2019 pay.
Back on December 12th, www.islandstats.com revealed that members of the Bermuda Cricket Umpires Association (BCUA) have decided to withdraw their services for the upcoming 2020 season due to the failure of being paid for 2019 services.
In advance of the 2020 season no member of the BCUA will be setting foot on any cricket ground unless they are paid at the agreed rate on or before 16th December 2019.
The deadline passed, and www.islandstats.com contacted James McKirdy, the BCUA President who declined to comment on anything involving the Umpires and payment.
Now comes the news that the Umpires have now been paid for their services.