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Synonyms for umpire

Synonyms for umpire

a person, usually appointed, who decides the issues or results, or supervises the conduct, of a competition or conflict

to make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law

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an official at a baseball game

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someone chosen to judge and decide a disputed issue

be a referee or umpire in a sports competition

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Praise Kelburne have thanked their umpires for supporting the club
As an umpire it is extremely important to get support from national federation and I am fortunate that Hockey India promotes umpires in a big way.
Peter Brown, DCBACO Umpires Secretary and Appointments Officer for the Dukes North East Premier League and Durham Cricket League said: "During the 2017 season 100 Durham Cricket League games had one umpire.
With the new season quickly approaching, a fresh recruitment drive for volunteer umpires to join the Umpires Association is now under way," said a statement from the Association.
Ashik won a place alongside renowned international indoor cricket umpires from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa through his years of dedication and devotion towards indoor cricket.
Occasional adversity is an occupational hazard for any umpire and Allardice stresses it is the response in the short and long term which is key.
This scheme for retired players was floated at the first meeting of the new BCCI Umpires Committee on Thursday in New Delhi and is set to be discussed again at its next meeting.
In other countries more former players are becoming umpires but we don't see this trend in Pakistan because the umpires are not well paid neither are they given required facilities and benefits by the board," he said.
His father, Paul Runge, worked as an umpire in the National League from 1973 until 1997 and was present for four World Series.
The PCB had also expressed reservations over the effectiveness of the hot spot technology used by umpires in the DRS system.
A resident of Springfield, Anderson was inducted as an umpire in the Oregon ASA Hall of Fame in 1990 and the Regional ASA Hall of Fame in 2007.
Whether intentional or not, the tape of the incident clearly shows that in addition to the heated exchange between the catcher and umpire, Molina made physical contact with Drake on several occasions and something flew out of Molina's mouth onto the umpire.
The writing styles are different and reflect the authors' individual and differing views of the umpire team as the game transpired.
Ponting was involved in a lengthy confrontation with umpire Aleem Dar after an appeal for caught behind against Kevin Pietersen was rejected, first by Dar and then by the TV umpire following a referral.
A TEENAGE hockey umpire based in Ormskirk was selected by the Hockey Association to attend a national high performance assessment camp.