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Now is the time to become an umpire!

on . Posted in 2016 News

Have you ever thought that you could become a cricket umpire? Maybe you have played before and think you could do a better job than the umpires on the pitch? Or maybe you have seen cricket on the TV, and have always wondered whether you could get involved? Have you recently stopped playing and what to stay involved with the game? 

If you want to get involved, email your details to education@leinstercricketumpiresscorers.net, and we'll be in touch!

New 2017 code of the Laws - essential workshop

on . Posted in 2016 News

To support Umpires and Scorers in their understanding of the Laws of Cricket 2017, the LCU&SA has arranged a half-day workshop. This workshop will be delivered by Paddy O'Hara, a member of the MCC Laws Committee, and one of the people who worked on the new Laws.

The workshop will be held in Terenure CC on Sunday 22nd October from 2pm, and attendance is essential for all members!

Total Cricket Scorer Workshop

on . Posted in 2016 News

The Leinster Cricket Umpires & Scorers Association (LCUSA) are running the following workshop:
 
Electronic Scoring - Total Cricket Scorer (TCS) Workshop
 
Date: Thursday, 4th May 
Time: 7-9pm
Venue: Terenure Cricket Club
Cost: €7 for non-members, FREE for LCUSA members*. 
Parking: Pay and display parking is only until 7pm just 3 minutes walk from the clubhouse. 
To register or for more info: Email the Scorers Representative on the LCUSA - Naomi on nscotthayward@gmail.com
 
*To become a member of the LCUSA see attached membership form. The fee is just €20 for the year. 
 

Pre season workshop - April 4

on . Posted in 2016 News

The pre-Season workshop for all members will take place on Tuesday 4 April at 1930 in Phoenix CC. This will be your opportunity to get a proper briefing on playing regulations and pick up stationery and other items you will need in  the season. Make sure you're there.

 

In advance of that on 1800 in Phoenix CC on 4 April, we've organised a workshop for new umpires. This will go through the routines that new umpires will need to understand for each match - what do you do pre-match, during the match and after the match? What tips can we pass on to help you through your first few matches etc.

 

As promised, each of the new umpires who has made himself available during April/May has been allocated a mentor - as follows:

 

 

Gyan Bharti

Will Houston

Obaidullah Shazad

Steve Wood

Keith Kilduff

Willie Clarke

Roger Kear

 

Paul Reynolds

Tony Wall

 

Cillian McCarthy

Jim Parmeter

Peter Thew

Ross Martin

David Cooke

Ronan Cruise

Nigel Parnell

Ashok Cuthina

Jeremy Jeffrey

 

As far as possible, mentors should also aim to get to this meeting so that they can meet their mentorees (if that is a word) and get to know each other.

 

If you're not able to make yourself available during the first period, you should also attend the meeting. A mentor will be allocated to you once we know the date of your first match.