Former International cricket umpire Mohammad Ghouse died

Former International cricket umpire Mohammad Ghouse died on 29 September 2014 following a brief illness.

Created On: Sep 30, 2014 16:10 ISTModified On: Sep 30, 2014 16:11 IST

Former International cricket umpire Mohammad Ghouse died on 29 September 2014 following a brief illness. He was 83.

He was survived by his wife, son and three daughters.



Mohammad Ghouse
•    Mohammad Ghouse made his debut as an umpire in a Ranji Trophy match in 1968-69 and went on to officiate over its 18 seasons.
•    His first Test as an official was in 1975-76 in the match between India and New Zealand.
•    As a BCCI Test and ODI panel umpire, he performed official duties in eight Test matches in 1970s and two One-Day Internationals in 1980s.
•    After Ghouse retired as an umpire, he served as the chairman of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association's umpires sub-committee and as a BCCI match referee.

Take Weekly Tests on app for exam prep and compete with others. Download Current Affairs and GK app

एग्जाम की तैयारी के लिए ऐप पर वीकली टेस्ट लें और दूसरों के साथ प्रतिस्पर्धा करें। डाउनलोड करें करेंट अफेयर्स ऐप

AndroidIOS
Comment ()

Post Comment

4 + 2 =
Post

Comments