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Umpire and match referee appointments for finals of ICC World Twenty20 2014

ICC announces umpire and match referee appointments for finals of ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014

Umpire and match referee appointments for finals of ICC World Twenty20 2014 - Cricket News
The men’s final will be umpired by Ian Gould and Richard Kettleborough.
The ICC today announced details of the umpire and match referee appointments for the women’s and men’s finals of the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014, which will take place at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Sunday.
 
Ranjan Madugalle of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees will lead the playing control team for the women’s final between defending champion Australia and former winner England which gets underway at 1430, while David Boon, also of the elite panel, will be the match referee for the men’s final, which starts at 1900.
 
The on-field umpires for the women’s final will be Aleem Dar and Marais Erasmus of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Umpires, with Billy Bowden and S.Ravi of the Emirates International Panel of ICC Umpires as third and fourth umpires, respectively.
 
The men’s final will be umpired by Ian Gould and Richard Kettleborough, with Rod Tucker as third umpire and Bruce Oxenford as fourth umpire.

ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 (finals)
 
Sunday 6 AprilAustralia women’s v England women’s (1430), Mirpur – Aleem Dar and Marais Erasmus (on-field umpires), Billy Bowden (third umpire), S.Ravi (fourth umpire), Ranjan Madugalle (match referee)
 
Sunday 6 April – India v Sri Lanka (1900), Mirpur – Ian Gould and Richard Kettleborough (on-field umpires), Rod Tucker (third umpire), Bruce Oxenford (fourth umpire), David Boon (match referee)
 
Note to editors:
 
A rights-free Video News Release (VNR) will be available on the ICC Online Media Zone (www.icc-cricket.com/mediazone) for both the Men’s and Women’s finals. These will be available from 1300 (Bangladesh time) today.

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