The International Cricket Council today announced the umpire and match referee appointments for the ICC U19 Menís Cricket World Cup 2022, which will be staged in the West Indies from January 14th to February 5th.
Experienced English umpire David Millns will stand alongside Nepalís Buddhi Pradhan for the opening match of the ICC U19 Menís Cricket World Cup after the officials were confirmed for the West Indies.
Fixtures will take place across four nations, including Guyana, Antigua and Barbuda, St Kitts and Nevis and Trinidad and Tobago.
Ten venues will be used as the Caribbean welcomes the young stars of the future to its shores for the first time in the tournamentís 14-edition history.
ICC Senior Manager - Umpires and Referees, Adrian Griffith said: ďThe U19 Menís Cricket World Cup is a very important event in our calendar as it brings together the worldís most promising young players in a major ICC tournament, giving them the experience of competing on the global stage.
ďWe are committed to appointing the finest officials available and I have every confidence in the team travelling to West Indies for the U19 Cricket World Cup they will do a fine job. I wish them all the best.Ē
Umpire and match referee appointments for the knockout stages will be announced after the teams have been confirmed. The appointments for the Plate and Super League final will be finalized after the semi-finals.
The officials for the tournament are:
Umpires: Asif Yaqoob, Allan Haggo, Arnold Maddela, Buddhi Pradhan, David McLean, David Millns, Emmerson Carington, Heath Kearns, Jacquline Williams, Mark Jameson, Martin Saggers, Nitin Bathi, Rahul Asher, Rashid Riaz, Rizwan Akram, Roland Black, Sameer Bandekar, Sarika Prasad, Vijay Prakash Mallela