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OD wins Cricket SA award

Congratulations are extended to Adrian Holdstock (1988O) on winning the CSA Award for umpiring for the 2020 / 21 season.
1 Jun 2021
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Congratulations are extended to Adrian Holdstock (1998O) on winning the CSA Award for umpiring for the 2020 / 21 season.

Holdstock won the same award at the end of the 2019 / 20 season. 

“It gives me a feeling of honour and great pride that I have been able to make a solid contribution to the excellence of CSA umpiring,” he said at the time.

To be acknowledged as Umpire of the Year by CSA and the respective stakeholders provides oneself with a feeling of fulfillment."

Holdstock has stood in two Tests, 24 ODIs and 33 T20Is – and has been the third umpire in several others.

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