Development Panel of ICC Umpires
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The International Panel of ICC Development Umpires. is a panel of international cricket umpires chosen by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Established in 2005, its members are drawn primarily (though not exclusively) from the organisation's associate and affiliate members (rather than its full members). It stands alongside, and is intended to offer a career path into, the Elite Panel of ICC Umpires. Umpires on the panel are not restricted to matches between associate and affiliate teams, and have officiated at One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International level.
This panel also includes 12 woman officials. They are Lauren Agenbag, Kim Cotton, Shivani Mishra, Claire Polosak, Sue Redfern, Eloise Sheridan, Mary Waldron, Jacqueline Williams, Janani Narayanan and Vrinda Rathi.
The panel was updated on March 23, 2020, and has a current membership of 53.