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Doctrove stands in quarterfinals
COLOMBO—Dominican umpire Billy Doctrove will officiate in the final quarterfinal at the World Cup between co-hosts Sri Lanka and England on Saturday. The International Cricket Council, the sport’s World governing body, released the umpire appointments for the quarter-finals on Monday, with Doctrove to stand alongside Australian Simon Taufel at the Premadasa Stadium here.
Doctrove is the only umpire from the Caribbean on the elite panel of the ICC and has been officiating throughout the tournament. The two men in the middle for West Indies’ quarterfinal against Pakistan on Wednesday at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur, Bangladesh, are New Zealand’s Billy Bowden and Australian Steve Davis. Appointments for the semifinals and the final have not yet been made. (CMC)
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