PCB to start a level-1 umpiring course in all six cricket associations
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will start the Level-1 umpiring course in all six cricket associations.
As per reports, the applicants who will successfully complete the course will be eligible to officiate club and school cricket matches.
In the starting three days of the course, the applicants will be provided with basic knowledge about umpiring rules, regulations, and laws of the game. On the fourth and final day of the four-day-long course, the participants will undergo written tests, fitness tests, and interviews.
Those who wanted to take the course can submit the online registration form which is available at www.pcb.com.pk/UR till Friday, 23 April. The course dates and location will be carried to the shortlisted applicants according to their respective locations.
Applicants aged 25 or above can register for the course, the successful registrants will need to submit a fee of PKR5000.
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