WICB Statement on Umpire, Halley Moore

St John’s, ANTIGUA – The WICB family regrets to advise of the death of long-standing, first-class and Barbadian Umpire, Halley Moore. Moore died on Thursday, November 17. Moore became a member of his local umpires’ association back in 1976 and after passing the West Indies’ test in 1985, did his debut first-class match in 1992. The West Indies Umpires Association expressed that Moore served the role of an umpire with distinction on the field and in the classroom, where he served as a trainer after he retired. His international record shows that he was a television umpire for six test matches and nine one-day internationals.


The WICB would like to express condolences to his family and close friends and the umpires’ fraternity.