CRICKET: Jamaica Umpires Association president 'ecstatic' about re-election
Newly re-elected president of the Jamaica Cricket Umpires Association (JCUA), Norman Malcolm, says his mandate will be to finish the work he started in 2002.
Malcolm, who recently resigned from the West Indies Panel of Umpires, was re-elected unopposed during the annual general meeting over the weekend.
He says he is ecstatic to have been re-elected to the post, so that he can continue his work of implementing policies to improve umpiring in the country.
Malcolm further says he plans on doing his best to raise the standard and profile of umpiring on the island.
According to Malcolm, he will be conducting a number of training and assessment of umpires on a yearly basis.
The 59-year-old Malcolm stood in 27 one-day internationals and seven Twenty20 internationals before retiring from the sport.
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