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Louw reapointed as ICC umpire.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that Wynand Louw of Cricket Namibia is reappointed to the ICC Associate and Affiliate Panel of International Umpires for 2014 following the annual review and selection process.

Wynand Louw, who is selected for the third consecutive year, has stood in 26 First-Class, 23 List-A and 22 Twenty20 Matches. Joining him is David Odhiambo, Buddhi Pradhan, Sarika Siva Prasad, Richard Smith, Ian Ramage and Courtney Young in the panel for 2014. Wyanard Louw Umpired for the Netherlands tour in Namibia 2013, he has also Umpired in First Class Matches, in Women's Miscellaneous Matches and in Scotland Cap Matches just to name but a few of Umpire match duties that he has fulfilled. The panel was named by the Associate and Affiliate Selection Committee, which comprises of Vince Van Der Bijl, ICC Umpire and Referees Manager; David Jukes, ICC Regional Match Referee; Brian Aldridge, a former Test umpire; Adrian Griffith, ICC Umpire and Referees Administration Manager; and Edward Fitzgibbon, ICC Development Events Manager.The umpires on the ICC Associate and Affiliate Panel of International Umpires can be assigned to ODI and T20I matches involving Associate and Affiliate Members, ICC Intercontinental Cup matches, Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Divisions 3 to 6 and other Associate and Affiliate tournaments, as well as ICC Development Events.
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:Namibia Economist (Windhoek, Namibia)
Date:Feb 14, 2014
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