WICUA WRITTEN EXAM WILL BE HELD ON AUGUST 24, 2014. Kindly submit the list of names for all candidates to the Chairman of Examinations and Secretary of WICUA by July 31, 2014. WICUA BIENNIAL CONVENTION TO BE HELD IN NEW YORK CITY JULY 20 - 27, 2015. Please advise all umpires in your respective Territories. Have a great summer!
USA Cricket Umpires’ Association members were at the recently concluded West Indies Cricket Umpires’ Association Biennial Convention in Trinidad at the Cascadia Hotel in St. Anns.
The USA delegates were Mr. Mohammed N. Baksh and Mr. Partap Bachan.
A new Executive Committee was elected at the convention. Mr. Fitzroy Hayles, who serves as the President of the USACUA and as the Area I Vice-President for the WICUA was reelected unopposed to the same position.
The convention lasted six days from the opening ceremony to the closing ceremony and the Awards and Dinner Banquet at which various awards and certificates where distributed.
Most senior members, current and retired were honored at the Awards Banquet for their contributions to WICUA, Umpiring and Cricket in general. WICUA is celebrating its 50th year in existence.
The WICB President Mr. Dave Cameron from Jamaica was the guest of honor at the Awards Banquet.
USACUA agreed to host the 2015 WICUA convention.
USACUA wishes to sincerely thank the Executive Committee Members, Delegates, Observers and well-wishers for their continued support.
USACUA also wishes to thank the Trinidad Scorers and Umpires Council for their hospitality and hosting the 2013 convention.
The 2013 WICUA General Council Nominations have been announced by Mr. Vivian Johnson, Honorary Secretary of the West Indies Cricket Umpires’ Association.
USACUA President Mr. Fitzroy Hayles, who is also the incumbent Area I Vice-President of WICUA has been nominated to the same post for the 2013 session of the WICUA.
Please click here for all nominations.
Here are the results of the West Indies Cricket Umpires Association (WICUA) 2011 Oral and Practical Examination Results as released to the media by USACUA.
Twenty-two (22) candidates took the 2011 Final Oral and Practical examinations; 21 persons (95.5%) were successful and one (1) person (4.5%) failed. The candidate who attained the highest percentage is Mohammed Baksh of the United States of America (USA) with 98%, followed by Nazar Ali (USA); Barry Singh and Kellman Kowlessar, both Trinidadians, each attaining scores of 97%. Umpire Deepak Katte of New Jersey (Atlantic Region) and Ravishankar Byrappagowda of California (North West Region) attained individual scores of 96%.
|Name of the Candidate||City/State||Region|
|Sylvan Taylor||Florida||South East|
|Mohammed Ally||Florida||South East|
|Royland Williams||Florida||South East|
|Astor Carroll||Florida||South East|
|Premdath Mangalie||Florida||South East|
|MacMillian Diah||Florida||South East|
|Augustine Francis||Atlanta, Georgia||South East|
|Rutherford Taylor||Atlanta, Georgia||South East|
|Carl Miles||Atlanta, Georgia||South East|
|Ephraim Robertson||Atlanta, Georgia||South East|
|Wesley McIntosh||Boston, Massachusetts||North East|
|Ali Nazar||Connecticut||North East|
|John Williams||Connecticut||North East|
|Deepak Katte||New Jersey||Atlantic|
|Mihir Patel||New Jersey||Atlantic|
|Chandrasekhran Raman||New Jersey||Atlantic|
|Shrinivas Reddy-Chirra||New Jersey||Atlantic|
|Ram Ragoo||Washington D.C.||Atlantic|
|Mohammed S. Baksh||New York||New York|
|Babu Venkatachalapathy||Texas||Central West|
|Ravishankar Byrappagowda||California||North West|
Congratulations & Best Wishes to one and all!