ecb-aco-20246Leicestershire & Rutland Association of Cricket Officials

 President Dick Spiers

              Chairman                     Dan Pedley

                                            Secretary                 Graham Pickering

                                A complete list of all Committee members will be available soon


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ECB ACO Disciplinary Report Form

Disciplinary Report Form

Breaches of Discipline

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ELECTRICAL STORMS (The 30/30 Rule)

Electrical Storms 30 30 Rule


The ECB Association of Cricket Officials (ECB ACO) has been set up by ECB to represent umpires, scorers and match referees throughout cricket in England and Wales.

The ECB ACO was established on 1st January 2008, with members of the Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers having voted to join members of the ECB Officials Association in the new organisation.

The ECB believes that the establishment of the ACO representing Officials, under the auspices of the national governing body for cricket in England and Wales and supported by the MCC, the Guardians of the Laws of Cricket, is a positive move that will command widespread support within the game.

For more information please visit the ECB ACO Website.  Please click here


Annual Membership renewals

Members who pay by direct debit will automatically have their  annual subscription renewed  in early January, unless they let the ECB ACO Membership Officer know at the below contact details that they do not want their membership renewing.

Members who  pay by cheque  are sent a renewal form, and are also invited to pay by direct debit, but we will still accept cheques.

Tel: 0121 446 2710
Email: ecbaco@ecb.co.uk


Classes of Membership

Full membership – includes full insurance cover and is open to anyone whose main residence is the UK/EEC. Prospective members must have an enhanced DBS(formally CRB) clearance or local equivalent.

Associate membership – available to individuals who are no longer actively involved in umpiring/scoring or who have no active ECB ACO qualifications. No insurance is provided and DBS(formally CRB) clearance is not required.

Junior membership – open to all who are under the age of 21. Full insurance cover will be provided once the member has reached their 16th birthday. Must have enhanced DBS(formally CRB) clearance.

Overseas membership – open to all whose main residency is outside the UK/EEC. No insurance is provided and local equivalent to DBS(formally CRB) is required.