Umpiring and Scoring

Umpiring and scoring are critical aspects of the game of cricket, and a great way for family and friends to become involved, or if playing or coaching isn't your thing! This page contains basic information on umpiring and scoring, how to get involved as an umpire or scorer, and who to contact within your area to find out more.

New Zealand's Kathy Cross became the first woman to stand in 50 One Day Internationals during ICC Women's World Cup 2017. Image: Photosport

NZCUSA and Regional Associations

NZCUSA and Regional Associations (title). For further information on starting your umpiring or scoring career, please go to the New Zealand Cricket Umpires and Scorers Association (NZCUSA) website. Find out who the current panel umpires are, locate resources to help you with your development and understand the pathway to becoming an elite umpire or scorer.

As a starter for scorers, download this beginner's booklet:

Making Contact

Looking for someone in your area to discuss becoming an umpire or scorer? Click on the here for contact details.

Online Learning Resources

Wanting to learn more about the rules of cricket so you can umpire, help with your child's game or just so you can understand the signals when you watch cricket on TV? Register here and complete some of the umpiring and scoring online learning modules.

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