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Tony Hill (umpire)

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Tony Hill
Personal information
Full name Anthony Lloyd Hill
Born (1951-06-26) 26 June 1951 (age 62)
Auckland, New Zealand
Umpiring information
Tests umpired 39 (2001–present)
ODIs umpired 96 (1998–present)
T20Is umpired 17 (2005–present)
FC umpired 101 (1994–present)
LA umpired 192 (1994–present)
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Source: CricketArchive, 5 August 2013

Anthony Lloyd Hill (born 26 June 1951, Auckland), commonly known as Tony Hill, is an international cricket umpire from New Zealand. He is currently a member of the Elite Panel of ICC Umpires.

His first international fixture was an ODI between New Zealand and Zimbabwe at Napier in March 1998, and he stood in his first test match in December 2001 between New Zealand and Bangladesh at Hamilton.

During his time on the International Panel the ICC has appointed Hill to matches away from New Zealand as a neutral umpire (to support the Elite Panel), and particular highlights are the third test between South Africa and Australia at Johannesburg in March 2006, as well as officiating on-field in three Group A matches at the 2007 Cricket World Cup in St. Kitts.

Hill was appointed to the ICC Elite Panel of umpires in 2009.[1]

International Umpiring Statistics

As of 5 August 2013:

First Last Total
Tests  New Zealand v  Bangladesh at Hamilton, Dec 2001  England v  Australia at Manchester, August 2013 39
ODI's  New Zealand v  Zimbabwe at Napier, Mar 1998  Australia v Template:Country data SL at The Oval, Jun 2013 94
T20Is  New Zealand v  Australia at Auckland, Feb 2005  New Zealand v  Zimbabwe at Hamilton, Feb 2012 16

References

External links

  • Cricinfo Profile
  • List of Tony Hill's Test Matches
  • List of Tony Hill's ODI's
  • List of Tony Hill's Twenty20's
  • The Emirates International Panel of ICC Umpires
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