The USACUA Chief Training Officer Mr. Mohamed N. Baksh has announced that the USACUA Examinations – Preliminary and Final Written – will be conducted on Sunday, April 27th, 2014 commencing at 9:00 am – EST at the various centers.
The USACUA Annual General Meeting was held in Brooklyn NYC. More than 100 umpires were present at the meeting.
Due to the non-availability of the minutes of the meeting of the previous AGM, it was unanimously decided to conduct another AGM in a couple of months to provide the Secretary ample time to complete the minutes of the previous AGM and present it to the members of USACUA.
The rest of the business was conducted with usual fanfare. The President’s Presentation available for members for their perusal.
The Chief Training Officer presented the certificates to the members who passed the examinations. The membership warmly congratulated those members who were successful in being nominated to the ICC Americas Panel.
More details of the second AGM will be announced as and when they are made available.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the United States of America Cricket Umpires Association, Inc (USACUA) will be held:
Date: Sunday February 23, 2014
Place: Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center
585 Schenectady Avenue
(between Winthrop Street & Rutland Road)
Brooklyn, NY 11203
Time: 2:00pm sharp
This is a adjustment in the date to satisfy the Constitutional Requirement for the 30 approved notice to all members.
ALL members shall be provided notices in writing at least thirty  days prior to the scheduled date of
the Annual General Meeting.
The agenda of the meeting shall be as follows:
[I] Review the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting
[II] Correction and confirmation of the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting
[III] Review correspondences
[IV] Review the Secretary’s report
[V] Review reports from committees
[VI] Review the President’s annual report
[VII] Review the Treasurer’s report
[VIII] Conduct any other business that may properly come before the meeting
United States of America Cricket Umpires’ Association graciously accepted the invitation to host the 2015 West Indies Cricket Umpires’ Association Biennial Convention.
The announcement by USA Delegate Mr. Mohammed N. Baksh was met with loud cheers and applause. Mr. Baksh asked all umpires to apply early for US visas and also indicated that USACUA will provide all required letters and documentations to their respective member countries for the visa applications.
An informal poll among the participants indicated that New York is the front runner for hosting this prestigious convention followed by Florida, Atlanta and Las Vegas.
It is believed that New York was the choice of the umpires, since many have family and friends in the area.
USACUA President and WICUA Area I Vice-President, Mr. Fitzroy Hayles said that he was thrilled that USA was chosen to host the 2015 convention and will announce the details as they are made available.