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It all depends on what level you want to umpire at, you'll need basic qualifications for games with citys or towns, but if you want to umpire at a international level you will need higher qualifications if you just want to umpire for a local teams you won't need them.
you need good arithmatic & art to be a tennis umpire.
One similarity is that they both dont need to be phycically fit to be an umpire.
There are two officials in a game of rounders. They don't really need equipment other than a clipboard and a whistle.
the umpire is the gaffa, the boss, the leader the one in charge.
The throwing rules are that if you throw it to high, to low, to far to the side or if you hit the bowler it is classed as a no ball this is decided by the bowling umpire and the batting umpire
I'm not quite sure but i think there are two, a batting umpire and a bowling umpire. the batting umpire stands sideways on from the batter, and the bowling umpire stands behind 2nd base. Hope that helped! Rosina Ahmed, 13 years old
The umpire wears bright white shoes white polo white shorts and a cap and a whistle aroung the neck
You need to be able to bat!
The official doesn't take scores, that is the one of the jobs for the players. The umpire looks for no balls and faults and if he thinks there is a fault he will call. When a rounder or a half-rounder is scored the umpire shouts 'half rounder' or 'rounder' if scored.
you need to have at least 3 qualifications
There are 2 umpires, the batters umpire and the bowlers umpire. Batters umpire: Calls no balls Stands where they can see batter and first post Calls 'out' if the batter is out Watches for catches Calls a rounder when batter touches fourth post Calls half rounders Calls backwards hit Watches front line of bowlers box for fouls Watches bowlers wrist movement Watches front and back lines of batters box for fouls Calls obstruction. Bowlers umpire Calls play to begin the game Calls 'no balls' Make final decisions The umpires will swap positions on the pitch in the intrest of fairness to the game
There are two umpires for a game of rounders, one for the batters and one for the bowlers. The batter's umpire will usually claim a spot between the batter and the first post, a few steps back from the field. The bowler's umpire will stand where he or she has a clear view of both the batter and bowler. Most often they will pick a spot behind the second post or between the second and third post.
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because you need speed to get a rounder
you don't need any Qualifications to work in a bakery but u need Qualifications to stary a bakery
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you need donkey drop, slow bowling, fast bowling,hard batting, light batting just a few tactics neede in rounders