Jeremy Lloyds

Jeremy Lloyds

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Jeremy Lloyds

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Jeremy William Lloyds (born November 17, 1954 in Penang, Malaya) is an English cricket umpire.

Early life

Lloyds was educated at Blundell's School.

Lloyds in the late 1970s, while playing county cricket in Somerset, played rugby union for Taunton R.F.C. and was at one point captain.

Playing career

Lloyds was a groundsman at Lord's Cricket Ground before joining Somerset County Cricket Club. Lloyds later played for Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and Orange Free State. A left-handed batsman and a right-arm offbreak bowler, Lloyds played 267 first-class matches scoring 10679 runs at an average of 31.04 with 10 hundreds and 62 fifties. His top score was 132 not out. He also took 229 catches. With the ball in first-class cricket he took 333 wickets at an average of 38.86 with 13 five-wicket hauls and one ten-wicket haul. His best bowling in first-class cricket was 7/88.

Umpiring career

Lloyds made his first-class umpiring debut in 1996 and graduated to county cricket in 1998. He progressed to international level in 2000, when he umpired his first one day international match. In his first ball...
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