Andrade named new umpires president

  • Umpire Oscar Andrade

    Umpire Oscar Andrade


Oscar Andrade has replaced James McKirdy as president of the Bermuda Cricket Umpires Association.

There were two changes to the executive committee at the annual meeting on Tuesday, where John Pitcher replaced Andrade as treasurer while Roger Dill was returned as vice-president, Melvin Best as secretary and Emmerson Carrington as assistant secretary.

Alex Knight and Stephen Caines were returned as committee members while Wally Manders and Linnell Williams are new additions, replacing Craig Brangman and John Pitcher.

Executive committee

President: Oscar Andrade

Vice-president: Roger Dill

Secretary: Melvin Best

Treasurer: John Pitcher

Assistant secretary: Emmerson Carrington

Committee members

Alex Knight

Stephen Caines

Wally Manders

Linnell Williams

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Published Mar 18, 2020 at 6:46 pm (Updated Mar 20, 2020 at 8:28 am)

Andrade named new umpires president

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