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Tony Hill is a former New Zealand cricket player. He served as a cricket umpire.

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Dilshan calls for use of UDRS in all Tests
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Misbah, five other Pak players nominated for ICC Awards 2011
Pakistan's skipper Misbahul Haq has been nominated in two categories- the 'Test Player of the Year' and the 'Cricketer of the Year'- for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Awards 2011.

Kiwi cricket umpire Tony Hill backs use of 'magnificent' UDRS
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ICC announces referees, umpires for WC quarter-final stage
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Clarke demands ICC action on video referrals after Bell 'edge'
Australian captain Michael Clarke wants the International Cricket Council (ICC) to clarify the use of video referral technology after England's Ian Bell dodged an "edge" to score a controversial century.

Ponting apologises for his on-field argument with umpires
Australia captain Ricky Ponting has apologised for his on-field argument with the umpires, but insisted that Engalnd batsman Kevin Pietersen was out on the second day of the Boxing Day Test.

Ponting blasts 'flawed' UDRS, insists Pietersen was out
Australian captain Ricky Ponting insists that England batsman Kevin Pietersen should have been given out in the controversial incident on day two of the fourth Ashes Test, which prompted his 5400 dollar fine.

Ponting fined 5400 dollars for 'unacceptable' argument with umpires in MCG Test
Australian captain Ricky Ponting has been fined 40 per cent of his match fee for his furious argument with on-field umpires Aleem Dar and Tony Hill during today's play of the Boxing Day Ashes Test against England.

Pot shots taken at "Hot Spot" for failing test of infallibility
Cricket's electronic eye, "Hot Spot", has had its first major Ashes glitch when debate raged over whether Australian vice-captain Michael Clarke had edged a ball on the opening day of the Brisbane Test.

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