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Development Panel of ICC Umpires

The International Panel of ICC Development Umpires is a panel of international cricket umpires chosen by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Established in 2005, its members are drawn primarily (though not exclusively) from the organisation's associate members (rather than its full members). It stands alongside, and is intended to offer a career path into the Elite Panel of ICC Umpires. Umpires on the panel are not restricted to matches between associate teams, and have officiated at One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International level.[1]

A number of female umpires including Lauren Agenbag, Kim Cotton, Shivani Mishra, Claire Polosak, Sue Redfern, Eloise Sheridan, Mary Waldron, Jacqueline Williams, Narayanan Janani and Vrinda Rathi have been included in the panel.[2]

Current panel

The panel for years 2024–2025 has a current membership of 64.[3]

International Panel of ICC Development Umpires
Umpire Country Region
Ravi Angara  Botswana Africa
David Odhiambo  Kenya
Isaac Oyieko
Rockie D'Mello
Andrew Louw  Namibia
Claus Schumacher
Francis Samura  Sierra Leone
Sarah Dambanevana  Zimbabwe
Kerrin Klaaste  South Africa
Lauren Agenbag
Patric Makumbi  Uganda
Emmerson Carrington  Bermuda Americas
Arnold Maddela  Canada
Harry Grewal
Jermaine Lindo  United States
Sameer Bandekar
Vijaya Mallela
Maria Abbott  West Indies
Candace la Borde
Jacqueline Williams
Shathira Jakir  Bangladesh Asia
Mishu Chowdhury
Dolly Rani
Champa Chakma
Ramasamy Venkatesh  Hong Kong
Tabarak Dar
Narayanan Janani  India
Vrinda Rathi
Viswanadan Kalidas  Malaysia
Buddhi Pradhan    Nepal
Durga Subedi
Vinay Kumar Jha
Rahul Asher  Oman
Vinod Babu
Harikrishna Pillai
Shivani Mishra  Qatar
Sarika Prasad  Singapore
Dedunu Silva  Sri Lanka
Nimali Perera
Ashwani Kumar Rana  Thailand
Akbar Ali  United Arab Emirates
Aasif Iqbal
Shiju Sam
Claire Polosak  Australia East Asia-Pacific
Eloise Sheridan
Lisa McCabe
Ashlee Gibbons
Suresh Subramanian  Indonesia
Kim Cotton  New Zealand
Alu Kapa  Papua New Guinea
Lakani Oala
Bri Olewale
Jesper Jensen  Denmark Europe
Sue Redfern  England
Anna Harris
Mark Jameson  Germany
Mary Waldron  Ireland
Heath Kearns  Jersey
Nitin Bathi  Netherlands
Rizwan Akram
Pim van Liemt
Ryan Milne  Scotland
Iain McDonald
David McLean

See also


  1. ^ "Indian umpires Janani Narayanan, Vrinda Rathi named in ICC panel". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 18 March 2020.
  2. ^ "ICC News Update: Two more women umpires named in panel". Cricket World. Retrieved 18 March 2020.
  3. ^ "ICC Match Officials 2024-25". International Cricket Council. Retrieved 2 April 2024.
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