Claire Polosak has made history: At the age of 32, Claire Polosak has made history. She is the reserve umpire at the third test in the India tour of Australia. This one of the most exciting news for the upcoming ICC women’s officials. She will Both teams are in the good shape. They have won each in the series between India vs Australia.
She will become the first woman to umpire a men’s ODI in Namibia, on Saturday 27th April. Polosak will direct the last of the World Cricket League Division 2, among Oman and Namibia, who both made sure about ODI status in the wake of completing in the main two places of the table.
Claire Polosak has made history
Umpires Claire Polosak and Eloise Sheridan made history today, becoming the first all-female umpiring team to officiate a professional 🏏 match in Australia 🇦🇺 pic.twitter.com/VArqXgWwJq
— Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) December 23, 2018
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New Zealand’s Kathy Cross and Polosak turned into the main women umpires to administer at a T20 World Cup when they were at the Women’s T20 World Cup in India. Polosak has directed in 17 women’s ODIs, with an extra three as third umpire. She has also officiated 33 Women’s T20Is, with an extra five as third umpire. This is certainly a good opportunity for her. Travel limitations brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic has brought about an all-Australian board of authorities, including match refs, for the four-Test arrangement.