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Match officials announced for ICC World Twenty20 India semi-finals

Appointments for the 3 April finals at Eden Gardens in Kolkata will be announced on 1 April.

29 March 2016 16:35

Match officials announced for ICC World Twenty20 India semi-finals - Cricket News

during the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 Group 1 match between South Africa and West Indies at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium on March 25, 2016 in Nagpur, India.

The umpire and match referee appointments for the semi-final stage of the ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 have been announced.

In the first double-header semi-final in Delhi on Wednesday, three-time women’s champion Australia will take on 2009 winners England with the match starting at 14h30. This match will be umpired by Chris Gaffaney and S Ravi, while Joel Wilson will be the third umpire and Ranmore Martinesz as fourth umpire. Jeff Crowe will be the match referee.

This match will be followed by the men’s semi-final between England and New Zealand. This match will start at 19h00 and will be umpired by Kumar Dharmasena and Rod Tucker, with Bruce Oxenford and Joel Wilson as third and fourth umpires, respectively. David Boon will be the match referee.

Action will then shift to Mumbai, where on Thursday at 14h30 New Zealand will square off against the West Indies in the second women’s semi-final. This match will be umpired by Richard Illingworth and Nigel Llong, with Paul Reiffel as third umpire and Simon Fry as fourth official. Javagal Srinath will be the match referee.

In a battle between former men’s champions, India will host the West Indies for a place in the final at 19h00. The match will be umpired by Richard Kettleborough and Ian Gould, with Marais Erasmus as third umpire and Michael Gough as the fourth official. Chris Board will be the match referee.

Appointments for the 3 April finals at Eden Gardens in Kolkata will be announced on 1 April.

Umpire and match referee appointments (semi-finals):

30 March, Delhi:
14h30 – Australia v England (women’s); Chris Gaffaney and S Ravi (on-field), Joel Wilson (third umpire), Ranmore Martinesz (fourth umpire), Jeff Crowe (match referee)

19h00 – England v New Zealand (men’s); Kumar Dharmasena and Rod Tucker (on-field), Bruce Oxenford (third umpire), Joel Wilson (fourth umpire), David Boon (match referee)

31 March, Mumbai:
14h30 – New Zealand v West Indies (women’s); Richard Illingworth and Nigel Llong (on-field), Paul Reiffel (third umpire), Simon Fry (fourth umpire), Javagal Srinath (match referee)

19h00 – India v West Indies (men’s) – Richard Kettleborough and Ian Gould (on-field umpire), Marais Erasmus (third umpire), Michael Gough (fourth umpire), Chris Broad (match referee)