Umpiring

International Panel

Joel Wilson (Trinidad & Tobago)

→ Wilson made his international umpiring debut on June 16th 2011, standing in an ODI match between the West Indies and India in Kingston, Jamaica.  He also has been gaining experience in the other two formats of the game.  Wilson made his Twenty20 International debut in 2012, standing in a match between the Netherlands and Canada, on March 13th.  His test debut came more recently, on 21st July 2015 when he officiated a match played in Chittagong, between Bangladesh and South Africa.

Gregory Brathwaite (Barbados)

→ Brathwaite made his international debut as an umpire in an One-Day International on August 7th, 2011.  The game was between Canada and Afghanistan in King City, Canada.  He has also stood in Twenty20 Internationals, the first being at Gros Islet, St. Lucia, a match between West Indies and Australia. Brathwaite is yet to make his Test match debut as an umpire.

Leslie Reifer (Barbados)

→ Reifer is the youngest active ICC Umpire.  He has only officiated in Twenty20 Internationals thus far, making his debut in a game between India and the West Indies at Lauderhill, Florida.  Reifer is yet to officiate in a Test match or One-Day International.

Nigel Duguid (Guyana)

→ Duguid made his debut as an international umpire in a Twenty20 International in Kingston, Jamaica on February 21st, 2014 between West Indies and Ireland.  His first One-Day International assignment came in North Sound, Antigua on March 5th 2017, as the West Indies took on England. Duguid is yet to make his Test umpiring debut.