The Motor Centre-sponsored umpires association’s presence on the cricket field was a welcome sight last year as their professionalism resulted in a significantly improved standard of competition this past season, something that crickets chief executive officer Alister Stevic is very enthusiastic about.
“Producing winning national cricketers involves three main ingredients: quality coaching, quality facilities and quality umpired competitions,” says Stevic.
The RCUA members will be anxiously spending the week poring through their educational resources ahead of their two-part practical and theory exam on Saturday.
It is expected that 14 local umpires will do their certification this weekend with umpires association co-coordinator Nauma Atiau saying that level 1 courses will be open to the community in the coming months.
If you are interested in doing a level 1 cricket umpires course please contact Umpires Association coordinators Nauma Atiau 56393 or Oliver Syme 22055.