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NOTICE OF UMPIRE & SCORER EXAMINATIONS

REGISTER FOR NOVEMBER 9, 2013
CRICKET CANADA EXAMINATIONS
CC Staff
October 3, 2013

CRICKET CANADA EXAMINATIONS NOTICE

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Police Station, 23 Division, 5230 Finch Avenue West, Toronto, ON   M9V 0A1

 

Requirements:

Register by email before the date above, stating the level of examination that you wish to sit.  See below for the only method of registration.  Persons who fail to register may not be allowed to sit the examination.

Candidates for the Intermediate Umpire, Qualified Umpire, and Qualified Scorer certificates must bring their own calculators for Last Hour calculations and also bring D/L sheets and resource tables.

Candidates may only attempt more than one Cricket Canada umpiring examination and more than one Cricket Canada scoring examination in any calendar year (Jan 1 to Dec 31) if they are successful in the first examination.

 

Provisional Umpire examination (Level 1).  Start time 9:00 am

Candidates must demonstrate a reasonably good knowledge of the current MCC Laws (Part A) and the  basic ICC Standard Playing Conditions (Part B) for limited overs matches.  To increase the chance of success in this examination, candidates are very strongly advised to study both “Tom Smith’s New Cricket Umpiring and Scoring” current version ISBN 978-0-297-86641-1 and the current (October 2012) ICC rules for limited overs matches.  This qualification normally expires after five seasons.  The examination lasts for one hour.  Minimum age 12 years*.  Pass mark 70% in Part A and 70% in Part B.  Fee $10

 

Intermediate Umpire examination (Level 2).  Start time 9:00 am

Candidates must demonstrate a very good knowledge of the MCC Laws (Part A) and the ICC Standard Playing Conditions for limited overs matches including the manual Duckworth/Lewis method (Part B).  Candidates must pass both Part A and Part B.  The examination lasts for two-and-a-half hours.  Pass mark 75%.  Fee $12

 

Qualified Umpire (Level 3).  Start time 9:00 am

Candidates must demonstrate an excellent knowledge of the MCC Laws (Part A), including LBW and the ICC Standard Playing Conditions for limited overs matches including Duckworth/Lewis method (Part B).  The examination lasts for three hours.  Some answers to the questions require detailed explanations.  Candidates must pass both Parts A and B and the LBW questions.  Cricket Canada Qualified Umpires are capable of standing in any cricket match up to the national level.  Pass mark 80%.  Fee $12.  This qualification requires successful on-field assessments by umpires appointed by Cricket Canada.

 

Provisional Scorer examination.  Start time 9:00 am

Minimum age 12 years*.  Candidates must demonstrate a reasonably good knowledge of the current MCC Laws and the ICC Standard Playing Conditions for limited overs matches as they concern scorers.  To increase the chance of success in this examination, candidates are strongly advised to study both “Tom Smith’s New Cricket Umpiring and Scoring” current version ISBN 978-0-297-86641-1 and the current (October 2012) ICC rules for limited overs matches.  This qualification normally expires after five seasons.  Pass mark 70%.  Fee $10

 

Qualified Scorer examination.  Start time 9:00 am

Candidates must demonstrate an excellent knowledge of the MCC Laws and Test match playing conditions (Part A) and the ICC Standard Playing Conditions for limited overs matches including the manual Duckworth/Lewis method and bonus point calculation (Part B), as they concern scorers.  A score sheet is provided for Part C.  The examination lasts for three hours.  Candidates are expected to pass Parts A, B, and C.  This qualification normally expires after five seasons.  Pass mark 80%.  Fee $12

 

* assignments are subject to the local league’s playing conditions

 

Kantilal (Ken) Patel

Umpire Coordinator and Chairman, Umpire Certification

 

To register, contact:

Gwynne Giles

gwynnegiles@yahoo.ca

Copy:  patel_kantilal@hotmail.com