Umpire Oxenford retires from int’l cricket

29 January, 2021 12:00 AM printer

Umpire Oxenford retires from int’l cricket

Umpire Bruce Oxenford decided to retire from international cricket after a fine career that saw him officiate around the world across all three formats of the game for over 15 years, said in a media release by International Cricket Council on Thursday. A regular member of the Emirates ICC Elite Panel of Umpires since 2012, Oxenford has officiated in 62 Tests, the last of which was the final match of the Australia-India series in Brisbane. Oxenford, who officially stands down in April, made his international debut at the Gabba in a T20I between Australia and South Africa in January 2006.

The 60-year-old from Queensland will continue to oversee domestic fixtures despite his retirement from the international game.


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