Umpiring and Scoring
Becoming an Umpire
NSW Cricket Umpires and Scorers Association (NSWCUSA) facilitates training courses on the Laws of Cricket for prospective umpires across NSW.
Umpiring is open to men and women of all ages and stages of life. Umpires range from young people wanting to be involved in cricket to retirees wanting to stay active and participate in a worthwhile community activity on a weekend. If you want to be an umpire, and make a contribution to cricket, there is a place for you umpiring Australia’s favourite sport in one of our many competitions in NSW.
The course is suited to prospective umpires, team captains and players, club officials, coaches and team managers.
There is an assessment task on the Laws of Cricket held at the conclusion of the course.
Completing this task to an acceptable standard enables the candidate to apply for membership of NSWCUSA.
NSWCUSA members officiate in the Sydney Cricket Association Grade and Shires competitions, and also in representative programs of the NSW Country Cricket Association.
We currently have member Rodney Tucker officiating in matches at international level as a member of the ICC Elite Umpire Panel, while NSWCUSA members Gerard Abood, Greg Davidson and Anthony Wilds receive appointments to umpire in Cricket Australia conducted competitions.
For information regarding upcoming training courses on the Laws of Cricket being held in Metropolitan Sydney, please contact the NSWCUSA Education Officer, Ben Treloar, on Ben.Treloar@cricketnsw.com.au or 0420 822 532.For details of umpire training programs in regional NSW please contact the relevant Zone Umpire Representative:
Central Coast: David Grainger - firstname.lastname@example.org
Central North: Gary Crombie - email@example.com
Greater Illawarra: Neil Findlay - firstname.lastname@example.org
Newcastle: Kim Norris - email@example.com
North Coast: Paul Dilley - firstname.lastname@example.org
Riverina: Pat Kerin OAM - email@example.com
Western: Graeme Glazebrook - firstname.lastname@example.org