Indian umpires Janani Narayanan and Vrinda Rathi named in ICC Panel
By: Sports Desk |

Updated: March 18, 2020 8:22:45 pm


Janani Narayanan (R) and Vrinda Rathi (L)had been included in the International Panel of ICC growth umpires. (Source: BCCI)

Indian feminine umpires Janani Narayanan and Vrinda Rathi had been included in the International Panel of ICC growth umpires on Wednesday. With this, India now has three feminine match officers on the ICC Panel with GS Lakshmi on the worldwide panel of match referees.

The growth panel is a collection of the very best match officers from totally different areas that assist in the conduct of worldwide matches.

“Their performances are watched and they have a chance to move up the chain to the international and elite panels with good officiating. They generally officiate in ICC events like the U19 World Cup, Women’s T20 World Cups and several ICC qualifying events,” the BCCI stated in an announcement launched.

Reflecting on her appointment, Janani, 34 stated: “I’m delighted to be named in ICC’s development panel and look forward to officiating to the best of my ability. I have been a lifelong fan of cricket and worked passionately towards becoming an umpire. This opportunity gives me the chance of learning from seniors on the circuit and improve in the years to come.”

“I want to thank the BCCI for all their help and the ICC for giving me this break. I would like to thank Mr Radhakrishnan, who has been my mentor since I first started umpiring. I would also like to thank my parents who never stopped me from watching cricket on TV, my senior umpires Sai Darshan, Ashwin Kumar and all my state panel umpires, national panel umpires and referees who have helped me learn and grow,” BCCI quoted her as saying.

Vrinda, who can be a former cricketer and a scorer, has donned totally different hats and is now wanting ahead to the brand new alternatives coming her approach. “I feel privileged to be named in ICC’s development panel as this opens new avenues for me. I am sure I will get to learn a lot from other members of the panel and look forward to future assignments.”

“Having played cricket and also officiated as a scorer, this was a natural progression for me and I am happy at the way things have unfolded. I am thankful to the BCCI for backing me over the years and to the ICC for giving me this opportunity. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank my family, colleagues and mentors for all the help and support over the years,” she added.

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